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Buyer’s remorse | Is it better to offer customers less choice?

Economic theory says more choice is a good thing, but this underestimates the emotional and cognitive toll of evaluating multiple options. In his latest column, Kevin Brilliant, the Chicago Bulls’ senior manager of business strategy & analytics and a behavioral scientist, explains why teams would be well-advised to limit the number of product lines they sell to fans.

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