This Traditional decision making processes or best practices fall shoort when casual influences on decision making are ignored. Authors Brynteson and Manderscheid have unlocked decision making to enable individuals and teams to break away from habitual patterns.
This collection of 51 exercises provides experiential
learning for individuals and teams to make smarter,
faster, more accurate decisions.
51 Exercises/Activities in 4 Categories to
Improve Decision Making Quality:
Unit 1: Decision-Making Basics
System /System Basics
Decision Maker’s Dilemma
Choices and Criteria
Five Decision-Making Modes
The Great Paradox of Decision Making
Values and Decisions
Concerns to Clear Objectives
Working with Polarity
Event, Pattern, and Structure
Unit 2: Behavioral Economics Principles
What drives you?
Monkeys and Empathy
The Elephant, the Rider, and the Path
Anchoring and Adjustment
Lowering Cognitive Effort
The Law of Unintended Consequences
You call this work?
Nice Words, Mean Words
Availability to the Imagination
Lost in a Big Box World
Which story are you going to tell?
What is your Black Swan?
Unit 3: Group Decision Making
Five Fingers to Consensus
Divergent AND Convergent…Best of Both Worlds
The Robbery—The Power of Consensus
Unit 4: Dysfunctional Thinking
The Abilene Paradox
The Illusion of Invulnerability
Halos and Horns
The Memory Game
Illusion of Causality
The Wrong Tools
Throwing Away Tools
Stuck with Locked Horns
Stuck at the End of Your Nose
Perfect, or Good Enough
Structure Complex Choices
We Have Always Done It This Way