The ability to make wise, educated decisions is essential to living a successful and fulfilled life.
* When is the right time for your company to change its business model? * Is moving across the country for a new job the best option for you and your family? * At what point do you roll out a new product or service currently being tested? * Should you sell your house now, or wait until the housing market improves?
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Course Lecture Titles 1. Making High-Stakes Decisions 2. Cognitive Biases 3. Avoiding Decision-Making Traps 4. Framing—Risk or Opportunity? 5. Intuition—Recognizing Patterns 6. Reasoning by Analogy 7. Making Sense of Ambiguous Situations 8. The Wisdom of Crowds? 9. Groupthink—Thinking or Conforming? 10. Deciding How to Decide 11. Stimulating Conflict and Debate 12. Keeping Conflict Constructive 13. Creativity and Brainstorming 14. The Curious Inability to Decide 15. Procedural Justice 16. Achieving Closure through Small Wins 17. Normal Accident Theory 18. Normalizing Deviance 19. Allison's Model—Three Lenses 20. Practical Drift 21. Ambiguous Threats and the Recovery Window 22. Connecting the Dots 23. Seeking Out Problems 24. Asking the Right Questions