HOW TO MAKE INTELLIGENT DECISIONS

Table of Contents

 

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Decision Making is Everybodyís Business

PART 1

1.0 HOW TO MAKE INTELLIGENT DECISIONS

1.1 Nature and Importance of Decision Making

1.2 Factors Favoring Decision Making

1.3 Factors Fostering Indecision

1.4 DECISION MAKING - PERSONAL AND BUSINESS

1.4.1 Personal (Individual) Decisions

1.4.2 Business Decisions

1.4.2.1 Five Different Styles of Organizational Decision Making

1.4.2.2 Which Style is Better Suited to a Particular Situation

1.5 APPLIED DECISION MAKING

1.5.1 The Context of the Decision

1.5.2 The Need for the Decision

1.5.3 The Time Scale of the Decision

1.5.4 The Type of the Decision

1.6 DOíS AND DO NOTíS IN DECISION MAKING

1.6.1 DOís

1.6.2 DO NOTís

1.7 Understanding Decision Making

1.8 Tips to Improve Your Decision Making

1.9 Tips to Practice Decision Making

1.10 What is Next After Decision Making

1.11 HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR THINKING SKILLS

1.11.1 Importance of Thinking

1.11.2 The Purpose of Thinking

1.11.3 Can We Improve Our Thinking Ability?

1.11.4 Why Should We Improve Our Thinking Skills

1.11.5 Misconceptions and Wrong Notions Regarding Thinking

1.11.6 Errors in Thinking

 

1.11.6.1 Partialism

1.11.6.2 Adversary Thinking
1.11.6.3 Time Scale Error
1.11.6.4 Initial Judgement
1.11.6.5 Arrogance and Conceit.
1.11.6.6 Ego Involvement
1.11.6.7 Ego Centricity
1.11.6.8 Magnitude Error
1.11.6.9 Extremes
1.11.7 Tips to Develop Your Thinking

1.12 PROBLEM SOLVING

1.12.1 Problem Solving Strategies

1.12.2 Stages of Problem Solving

1.12.3 Tips to Improve Your Problem Solving Skills

1.12.4 Perception of the Problem is More Important

1.13 CREATIVITY

1.13.1 STAGES OF CREATIVE THINKING

1.13.2 Tips to Improve Your Creativity

PART 2

2.1 DECISION MAKING METHODS/TECHNIQUES

2.1.1 METHOD OF CHANCE

2.1.1.1 Chances are LTD: Lottery Toss Dice

2.1.1.2 Method of Lottery

2.1.1.3 Coin Tossing (Head or Tail Method)

2.1.1.4 Dice

2.1.2 Method of Analysis

2.1.2.1 The FGL Method

2.1.2.2 Ideal Solution Method

2.1.2.3 Best Home Method

2.1.2.4 Easy Way Out Method

2.1.2.5 Read out or the Spell out Method

2.1.3 METHOD OF INTUITION

2.2 THINKING TECHNIQUES

2.2.1 Thinking Formulae

2.2.1.1 AGO
2.2.1.2 CAF
2.2.1.3 PMI
2.2.1.4 OPV

        1. APC

2.2.1.6 C&S
2.2.1.7 FIP
2.2.2 Lateral Thinking

2.2.2.1   Divide the Problem into Small Sub-Problems		
2.2.2.2 Move Attention form One Part of the Problem to Another Part

 

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