In a business‑school class in negotiations, a common topic is the “Theory of Anchoring.” Basically, the opening bid in a negotiation “anchors” the price. By the same token, collective decisions can be thrown off by having one person publicly state their views first. If we are trying to decide, as a firm, how much to…

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