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  • 3-color system for Goal Trees

    In this 5 minute excerpt from the Logical Thinking Process (LTP) Alumni reunion with Bill Dettmer, June 2016 in Paris, France, I explain my 3-color system for assessing the current reality with a Goal Tree. The 3-color system is a visual management tool to assess the organization’s readynes...

    Tags: Thinking Processes, Bill Dettmer, decision making, Goal Tree, Logical Thinking Process, Visual Management

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  • How to Make More Informed Decisions in Your Business

    Are you a business owner who worries about making the wrong decisions on behalf of your business? If so, there are many business owners in the same situation who need all the help they can get, before they decide to lead their company and employees in a certain direction. Below are some of the wa...

    Tags: Operations & Supply Chain, decision making, interviewing

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  • Collaborative Consensus Decision Making Matrix

    Consensus decision-making is a process in which group members develop and agree to support a decision in the best interest of the group. Consensus may be defined professionally as an acceptable resolution, one that can be supported, even if not the “favorite” of each individual. ...

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  • The science behind self-motivation

    As an American who moved from Barcelona to London the week of Brexit, particularly this week, I’m finding it hard to get motivated. Add to that I’ve got a cold and am still catching up on sleep after election results. But thankfully it’s all following my annual weekend of inspir...

    Tags: Entrepreneurial Skills & Small Business Resources, How to Increase Productivity, How To Motivate Employees, decision making, entrepreneurial skills, Growth mindset, intrinsic motivation, self-determination, self-motivation, small business resources, writers in spain

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  • Decisions: Managing the Stakeholders

    Who makes complex decisions in your organization? Here’s how those affected by decisions fit into the decision process. Original: http://www.kepner-tregoe.com/blog/decisions-managing-the-stakeholders/ By:  Andrew VermesPosted: March 7, 2017, 5:00 am

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  • Who Should be Involved in Making Decisions?

    Ask 5 key questions to involve the right people in decision making. Research shows that using these guidelines will double the success of your key decisions.   Original: http://www.kepner-tregoe.com/blog/who-should-be-involved-in-making-decisions/ By: John AgerPosted: January 3, ...

    Tags: Problem solving, decision making

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  • One Fish, Two Fish, Big Fish, Lose Fish

    “They were capable of looking at what the rest of us thought of as a great advantage, and seeing it for what it really was.” - Malcolm Gladwell In David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants, Malcolm Gladwell tells a brilliant tale that begins in t...

    Tags: Strategy, Marketing, & Sales, decision making

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  • Did you already SWOT yourself?

    SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats and SWOT analysis is often used to assess a project, a venture or reflect on the organization’s relative forces compared to competition and business. A SWOT analysis can be done on one’s self in order to get clarity ab...

    Tags: Management, leadership and change, clarity, decision making, SWOT, VUCA

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  • Profound Knowledge from a Knowledge Use Perspective

    Vincent Barabba presented the 2016 ASA Deming Lecture: Profound Knowledge from a Knowledge Use Perspective. Vincent Barabba led the US Census Bureau, founded Market Insight Corporation and authored The Decision Loom: A design or interactive decision-making in organizations (among other books). I...

    Tags: video, decision making, System of Profound Knowledge

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  • Decision Making: Dealing with Analysis Paralysis

    Analysis Paralysis is often regarded as the “Paradox of Choice.” In today’s time when the internet is making the gathering of information way too simpler, there is next to no impact on the decision making the ability of a human. With a plethora of choices available at our dispos...

    Tags: General, analysis paralysis, decision making, paradox of choice

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