The Decision Book

The Decision Book : Fifty Models for Strategic Thinking

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Most of us face the same questions every day: What do I want? And how can I get it? How can I live more happily and work more efficiently? A worldwide bestseller, The Decision Book distils into a single volume the fifty best decision-making models used on MBA courses and elsewhere that will help you tackle these important questions - from the well known (the Eisenhower matrix for time management) to the less familiar but equally useful (the Swiss Cheese model). It will even show you how to remember everything you will have learned by the end of it. Stylish and compact, this little black book is a powerful asset. Whether you need to plot a presentation, assess someone's business idea or get to know yourself better, this unique guide will help you simplify any problem and take steps towards the right decision.

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Product details

  • Hardback | 176 pages
  • 116 x 180 x 18mm | 220g
  • Profile Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1846683955
  • 9781846683954
  • 2,480

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New-year stimuli to anyone who manages anything - even just their desk. Independent A handy primer for anyone keen to tackle problems in a different way. Director

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About Mikael Krogerus

Roman Tschappeler is a creative producer based in Biel, Switzerland. He has been consulting and producing various projects ranging from documentary movies, ad campaigns, pop music to art installations. He is a graduate from Kaospilot School in Aarhus, Denmark and Zurich University of Arts, Switzerland. Mikael Krogerus is from Finland and was a staff writer with NZZ Folio for five years. He is now editor at Das Magazin, the weekly from the Swiss Newspaper Tagesanzeiger. He is a graduate from Kaospilot School in Aarhus, Denmark.

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