Decision Making and Problem Solving Strategies will help you to master the process of practical thinking that lies behind effective decision making, problem solving and creative thinking.
There are three forms of applied thinking that we all need:
decision making, problem solving and creative thinking. These
overlap considerably but they can be distinguished.
Decision making is about deciding what action to take; it
usually involves choice between options. The object of problem
solving is usually a solution, answer or conclusion. The outcome
of creative thinking, by contrast, is new ideas.
Any leader such as yourself who aspires to excellence
obviously has a vested interest in seeing that the best decisions
are taken, that problems are solved in the optimum way
and that the creative ideas and innovations so necessary for
tomorrow’s business flow freely. Of course, everyone in the team
or organisation should be engaged in meeting these essential
requirements. But you are the one who is called to provide the
intellectual leadership that is needed. Are you willing to do so?