3 edition of Thinking for decisions found in the catalog.
Thinking for decisions
C. West Churchman
|Statement||C. West Churchman, Leonard Auerbach, Simcha Sadan.|
|Contributions||Auerbach, Leonard, joint author., Sadan, Simcha, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD69.D4 C49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 445 p. :|
|Number of Pages||445|
|LC Control Number||74034494|
Make decisions by thinking in bets This isn't a bad business book but it isn't a great one either. It's well written, the narration is easy on the ear (unlike many), it isn't too dry or boring, and suitable evidence is presented. However, it's too long for the material covered/audiobook format. Distinguish between decision quality and outcome - [Interviewer] Well, so, I'm really intrigued by your book called Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When .
“The book title ‘Thinking in Bets’ really comes from the person who wins a bet is not the one who affirms their priors, it’s the person who has the most accurate model of the world.” “Every decision commits us to some course of action that, by definition, eliminates acting on other alternatives. Former poker pro Annie Duke is set to release her new book, “Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don’t Have All the Facts,” on Feb. 6.
These rebel thinkers allow for better decisions and understanding. This diagram is the best thing to come from the book. It will be used in seminars, strategy away days and curriculum-planning meetings across the country for years, because of its simplicity and because it plugs into our fascination with dual coding. Selected by the New York Times as one of the Notable Books of * New York Times * In this comprehensive presentation of a life's work, the world's most influential psychologist demonstrates that irrationality is in our bones, and we are not necessarily the worse for it -- 10 Best Books of * New York Times * The book I most want to be given is Thinking, Fast and Slow by /5(K).
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Thinking in Bets’ by Annie Duke is probably the best book on decision making that I have read. The Basic idea of the book is that thinking in bets will substantially improve the decision-making skills in our day-to-day life. Annie Duke is a professional poker player and according to her life imitates poker, not chess/5().
The Decision Book book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Start by marking “The Decision Book: Fifty Models for Strategic Thinking” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving You have to be really bad at making decisions to read this book.
Like absolutely and pathetically hopeless at making decisions. A lot /5. The Decision Book: Fifty Models for Strategic Thinking is not really a book to read from cover to cover.
This is more a reference book, and is structured into 4 main categories: Don't expect deep philosophical text. I bought The Decisions Book as a nice pass time on the train to work. Some of the models are interesting enough to do a bit Cited by: Book Reviews and Summary of the Best Books on Thinking and Decision-Making.
Considering how many decisions we make on a daily basis it is amazing how little training we receive in s it is even more surprising that – despite all our advances in science and particularly psychology – quite how hard it is to capture the complexity of human decisions.
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"Thinking in Bets offers a compelling, and eminently useful, new way to think about life's decisions. Annie Duke has written an important, and often hilarious, book that will help you understand your own shortcomings—and make smarter choices as a result.1/5(1).
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In the title, the association with decision making and strategic thinking is the real essence of the book. Don't think about this book in terms of business models such as Ansoff Matrix, or PEST, or Porters 5 Forces etc.
Models are a great way of visualising ideas, organising, planning, and conveying thoughts and strategies to others/5(). We created Thinking Decisions as a place where business owners, executives and professionals could turn to when they needed personal support from someone they knew had been there and done it.
Whether we are supporting you as a business mentor, coach or acting as a non-executive on your board, we work closely with you to identify your goals and concerns, plan for your success and help you. The book explains how our biases systematically impede our decision-making and then provides meta-cognitive solutions — an approach to thinking about our own thinking.
Duke begins with our tendency to judge decisions based on how they turn out. Think Smarter is a Critical Thinking book filled with tools for applying critical thinking to problem solving and decision making.
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