MAKING EFFECTIVE DECISIONS

As Peter Drucker says, making decisions is “the specific executive task”. Those who shy from decision making don’t, in the long run, get far in their careers.

No executive or manager has a perfect record in making decisions, but most of the good ones are right more often than wrong. You’ll learn both analytical and intuitive techniques.

CONTENT
1. Deciding to Avoid Problems
2. Categorizing the Decision
3. Identifying the Real Problem
4. Defining the Decision
5. Generating Potential Solutions
6. Evaluating Alternatives
7. Deciding and Implementing


PARTICIPANTS

Any kind of position that they want to improve their soft skill in this area


EXCLUSIVE METHOD

Self Assessment, Case Story / Group Interaction


DURATION
One Day