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The Dynamic Decision Maker: Five Decision Styles For Executive And Business Success

by Michael J. Driver

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The insights offered in this book are intended to guarantee the reader a more successful career. It is written especially for managers and executives whose jobs require managing people successfully, but it is also written for anyone who must make decisions that involve other people. The authors discuss the decision styles and habits that people form and how to change decision-making habits where necessary. The models and techniques for decision making presented here have been used throughout the world in all kinds of businesses and government agencies. Decision style concepts can benefit anyone, from a new management trainee or MBA student to the CEO of a large firm.

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A practical, results-driven approach to decision making, detailing a strategy made up of five readily identifiable styles: decisive, flexible, hierarchic, integrative, and systemic. Shows how knowing which style works best--and being able to consciously move from one style to the next--can improve performance, career opportunities, and personal and organizational effectiveness. Reveals how to identify these decision styles both in oneself and in supervisors, direct reports, and peers. Shows how to adapt and develop appropriate styles for the range of situations managers confront daily--from handling routine business transactions to dealing with crisis situations.



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