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    Few things are as valuable in business and in life as the ability to make good decisions. Decision Quality is here to help you make decisions that maximize value creation and manage risk - every time.

    This audiobook comes from the dynamic team of award-winning educator Carl Spetzler and his colleagues, Hannah Winter and Jennifer Meyer. This trio has helped shape the decision quality profession over the years - in the field and in the classroom. They've also worked with leaders around the world, across industries, to elevate the quality of their decisions. That same expertise is now available to you.

    The framework at the heart of this audiobook comes from the authors' decades-deep foundation in decision theory, behavioral decision sciences, and real-world practice. You'll get a reliable methodology that can be applied to all types of decisions - from business to personal, for big bets or smaller choices - regardless of your level, specialty, and industry. Every chapter unfolds with focused lessons, insights, and examples to help you navigate complex decisions.

    Decision Quality enables you to:

    • Avoid the most common traps that undermine decision making
    • Judge the quality of your decisions more accurately as you're making them
    • Navigate today's uncertainties with confidence
    • Execute on your decisions with greater buy-in and success
    • Join the growing group of leaders who are making decisions that create greater value - every time.
    • Deal with uncertainty - a factor in every important choice
    • Judge the quality of a decision at the time you're making it
    • Learn how organizations have benefited from building quality into their decisions.

    Many people are satisfied with good enough when making important decisions. This audiobook provides a method that will take you and your coworkers beyond good enough to true Decision Quality.

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

    ©2016 Strategic Decisions Group International LLC (P)2017 Gildan Media LLC

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    "No one has coached more businesses through high-stakes strategic decisions than Carl Spetzler and the team at SDG. If you're looking for wisdom on making better decisions in your business, you've come to the right place." (Chip and Dan Heath, best-selling coauthors of Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work)

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    • Raafat Zaini
    • 21/03/2021

    Good listen,

    Differentiating between Decision Quality and Decision Outcomes was an AHA moment for me. Getting to know about the society of decision professionals was great takeaway. I think DQ and System Dynamics are a perfect match.

    Highly recommended but requires the accompanying pdf heavily. If you are a car listener, you need to spend time on the pdf to get the full experience.

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    • Amazon Kunde
    • 18/11/2020

    Very difficult to digest

    A lot of content and probably good one but the way it is written and presented is unacceptable. Lots of abbreviations, very difficult to digest the information, very monotonous which makes it hard to concentrate. I listen 10 min and then ask myself what did I learn or what do I remember? Nothing pops up