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Harvard Business Review on Decision Making (Harvard Business Review)by Harvard Business Review
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This collection of articles guides readers at all levels to understand the fundamental theories and practices of effective decision making in their professional and personal lives.
Book News Annotation:
This collection of seven reprints by well-known professionals, writers, and academics in management provides a handy resource to the topic for executives at all levels. The 1965 article by Perrin Stryker, former editor of Fortune, is the earliest; the others date mostly to the nineties. The other contributors are: Alden Hayashi, Ralph Keeney, John Hammond, Chris Argyris, Peter Drucker, and Amitai Etzioni.
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This collection will help people at all levels understand the fundamental theories and practices of effective decision-making so that they can make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. The examples provided are of use both inside and outside the office.
This collection will help people at all levels understand the fundamental theories and practices of effective decision making so that they can make better decisions in their personal and professional lives. Articles include: The Effective Decision by Peter F. Drucker; Even Swaps: A Rational Method for Making Trade-offs by John S. Hammond, Ralph L. Keeney, and Howard Raiffa; Humble Decision Making by Amitai Etzioni; Interpersonal Barriers to Decision Making by Chris Argyris; Can You Analyze This Problem? by Perrin Stryker; How to Analyze That Problem by Perrin Stryker; The Hidden Traps in Decision Making by John S. Hammond, Ralph L. Keeney, and Howard Raiffa; and When Should You Trust Your Gut? by Alden M. Hayashi.
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