A common critique of behavioral, governance, and strategic leadership research is the inability to get inside the “black box” of strategic decision making. Unlocking the “black box” is essential for improving the insights of our research and its impact. In this session, we will focus on how multiple methods and data sources can be paired together to open the “black box” and provide more impactful insights from our research. The use of multiple methods and data sources can power novel insights in behavioral, governance, and strategic leadership research. Rather than provide a how-to guide for these new approaches, the focus of this session will be a discussion on the new frontiers of strategic decisions making, pairing different approaches, and asking better questions.