Author: Chris Blake
Publisher: Financial Times/Prentice Hall
Decision-making is one of those core skills that is assumed, but rarely taught. Yet it is a complex behaviour, and understanding more about how we do it and how we can use more effective decision-making techniques will pay dividends in any manager’s day-to-day life. The book distils the meaning of good business judgement and highlights the subjective influences that haunt all decision-makers, showing you how to recognise them and deal with them.
Written for the time-starved business manager, this book will have a universal appeal as it applies to all business sectors and all managers, from the newly promoted team leader to the experienced international CEO.