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Learn how to make better, faster decisions.As a manager you have to make decisions--from daily choices about team priorities to deciding which long-term innovation projects to pursue. But most decisions don't have a clear-cut answer, and assessing the alternatives and the risks involved can be overwhelming.You need a smarter approach to making the best choice possible. The Learn how to make better, faster decisions.As a manager you have to make decisions--from daily choices about team priorities to deciding which long-term innovation projects to pursue. But most decisions don't have a clear-cut answer, and assessing the alternatives and the risks involved can be overwhelming.You need a smarter approach to making the best choice possible. The HBR Guide to Making Better Decisions provides practical tips and advice to help you identify the problem, evaluate your alternatives, select the right path forward, and follow through successfully.You'll learn to: Look at the problem from different angles Overcome cognitive biases that can skew your choices Use data to inform your thinking Work through uncertainty and analysis paralysis Communicate your choice and spur your team into action Respond to and fix a bad decision


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Learn how to make better, faster decisions.As a manager you have to make decisions--from daily choices about team priorities to deciding which long-term innovation projects to pursue. But most decisions don't have a clear-cut answer, and assessing the alternatives and the risks involved can be overwhelming.You need a smarter approach to making the best choice possible. The Learn how to make better, faster decisions.As a manager you have to make decisions--from daily choices about team priorities to deciding which long-term innovation projects to pursue. But most decisions don't have a clear-cut answer, and assessing the alternatives and the risks involved can be overwhelming.You need a smarter approach to making the best choice possible. The HBR Guide to Making Better Decisions provides practical tips and advice to help you identify the problem, evaluate your alternatives, select the right path forward, and follow through successfully.You'll learn to: Look at the problem from different angles Overcome cognitive biases that can skew your choices Use data to inform your thinking Work through uncertainty and analysis paralysis Communicate your choice and spur your team into action Respond to and fix a bad decision

30 review for HBR Guide to Making Better Decisions

  1. 4 out of 5

    The Conch

    Generally the tool which was suggested by Benjamin Franklin is still popular. A simple scoring process is used. However, this book gives various methods for taking strategic decision.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Delicia Mandy Nugroho

    This book is filled with practical instructions on how to make better decisions. They outline the book and divide it into five sections: Getting Started, Generate Possible Solutions, Evaluate Your Options, Make the Choice and Follow Through, and Managing Though Situations. Some of the articles are more deliberate while some titles are self-explanatory. Only several of them that are long, while the rests are just a couple of pages. The interesting thing is that this book is not only good for making This book is filled with practical instructions on how to make better decisions. They outline the book and divide it into five sections: Getting Started, Generate Possible Solutions, Evaluate Your Options, Make the Choice and Follow Through, and Managing Though Situations. Some of the articles are more deliberate while some titles are self-explanatory. Only several of them that are long, while the rests are just a couple of pages. The interesting thing is that this book is not only good for making decisions as a manager, but for the daily life as well. I would recommend this book for anyone who has trouble deciding anything, or even just to know how to avoid the misconceptions and biases when it comes to making a decision.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nabeel Nasir

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Offered a lot of tips on improving the decision making process. As a project manager who routinely faces many decision points, I've learned a great deal from the book. The chapters from John S. Hammond I found were the most useful. Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Offered a lot of tips on improving the decision making process. As a project manager who routinely faces many decision points, I've learned a great deal from the book. The chapters from John S. Hammond I found were the most useful.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ahmed Al-awainati

    A great group of articles about decision making process gathered in one book. It is good for those just started the process of decision making in business

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gargi

    Good and helpful compilation

  6. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Witt

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    Harald Johansson

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    Raghu

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    YUSHUO HUANG

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    Mario Vieira

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    Karen

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    Xin

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    Olawale Onaolapo

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    Rupali Kumbhani

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    Joshua

  16. 5 out of 5

    Carlos Eduardo

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    Jonathan Garcia

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    Vijay

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    Mark Henderson

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    Robert Strack

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    Mamkaa

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    Sam

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    Alexander Cauguiran

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    Jeffrey Safajou

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    Warren Groeneveld

  28. 4 out of 5

    زياد ال الشيخ

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nathan

  30. 4 out of 5

    Richfield Branch

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