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9781118172711

Make up Your Mind : A Decision-Making Guide to Thinking Clearly and Choosing Wisely

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    9781118172711

  • ISBN10:

    111817271X

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2012-02-14
  • Publisher: Wiley
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Summary

A proven decision-making system guides readers to the right choice every time Make Up Your Mind outlines author Hal Mooz's proprietary system for decision-making, Decision Typing. This program consists of three decision-making models, including: the Decision Type Model, which characterizes what is at stake with any decision; the Decision Solution Model, which frames the most suitable alternatives; and a Decision Judgment Model, which provides ten bases for judging alternatives, some of which may be defensible and others that, although popular, are not defensible. These models guide the reader through a creative process to the most promising alternatives. A "decision fit" reader will become skilled in specifying the decision and context and determining the decision type. From there, the reader will be able to: Identify and obtain comparative information Knowledgably selecting the right judgment basis and skillfully apply the appropriate judgment process Effectively manage power and peer pressure in order to objectively make a judgment Decisively implement an action Get a comprehensive view of all of your challenges. Implement the Decision Typing system and consistently arrive at the right decisions.

Author Biography

Hal Mooz is cofounder of a training and consulting company dedicated to training in project management, systems engineering, systems management, and related disciplines. He consults to government agencies and private organizations, including AT&T, NASA, Lockheed Martin, and numerous others. He has trained more than 10,000 high-technology project managers. His book Visualizing Project Management was selected by MIT, Stanford, Naval Postgraduate School, The George Washington University, and others for graduate classes and professional development programs. He is the co-creator of the University of California Project Management Training Program and a co-developer of the Stanford University Systems Engineering Certificate Program. Hal Mooz is a Certified Systems Engineering Professional and a Certified Project Management Professional. He earned the CIA's Seal Medallion and was named an INCOSE Pioneer.

Table of Contents

Why This Book?p. ix
Forewordp. xi
Background and Acknowledgmentsp. xv
Prefacep. xix
Are You Decision Fit?p. 1
Decision Environmentp. 3
Decision Fundamentals for Thinking Clearlyp. 13
The Decision Type Framep. 25
The Bases for Judgmentp. 55
The Decision Solution Framep. 83
Decidingp. 97
Process-Assisted Judgmentp. 99
Fact-Based Judgmentp. 107
Probability-Based Judgmentp. 139
Group Decision Makingp. 149
Summaryp. 153
Bibliographyp. 157
Indexp. 159
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