Despite the importance of decision making to our lives, few of us ever receive any training in it. So we are left to learn from experience. But experience is a costly, inefficient teacher that teaches us bad habits along with good ones. Because decision situations vary so markedly, the experience of making one important decision often seems of little use when facing the next.Smart Choices outlines eight elements involved in making the right decision, from identifying exactly what the decision is and specifying your objectives to considering risk tolerance and looking at how what you decide on today influences what you may decide in the future. The book is full of real-life situations and scenarios that effectively illustrate each element of a good decision. If you think the topic of making the right choice is mundane or a simple matter of common sense, then think again. Smart Choices will relieve you of the regret that so many of us carry because we didn't know how to "think it through." --Harry C. Edwards
This book is an easy read and very enlightening.
The authors are deep experts in the technical aspects formal decision making, but have chosen a small set of simple tools to illustrate very general principles.
The book's guide to decision making will help you in your personal, professional, and business decision making.
Great guide to critical thinking processes. If you an idea for a project or newvusiness this book will help you.Published 20 days ago by Meemer
The book is written to be easily understood by most readers. There are examples of how to apply the lessons learned in a real world example, which will be beneficial to those who... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michelle Z.
Good advice but not realistic for day to day situations. Works better for critical situations.Published 3 months ago by Knowledge Bee
This book provides many examples of how to make better decisions. There are many tool in this book which you can use to improve your decision method ability.Published 3 months ago by J. Bollinger
There are dozens of books on decision making for the general public by self-proclaimed experts and academics. Read morePublished 5 months ago by R.Sudhagar Raghavan