At some point every organization needs to make significant decisions as part of its managerial process. While small organizations involve all levels of managers, larger organizations mainly depend on a team of trained professionals to make various decisions. By using Edward de Bono’s 6 Thinking Hats method we help decision makers use a variety of thinking styles and methodologies to develop their skills as a critical problem solver.
I think one of the major results of the psychology of decision making is that people's attitudes and feelings about losses and gains are really not symmetric. So we really feel more pain when we lose $10,000 than we feel pleasure when we get $10,000.
Who is this course for?
This course is for middle to top managers of Multinational Corporation or well structure Iranian companies who are involved in-group decision making processes. The course, however, also focuses on personal preferences in individual decision making.
Why Decision Making:
Every organization needs to make decisions at one point or other as part of its managerial processes. Decisions are taken to support organizational growth. The whole fabric of management, i.e. its day-to-day operation is rightly built on managerial decisions. Decisions made by the organization are to lighten the way forward. Be it strategic, business activities or HR matters, processes of making decisions is complex, involves professionals of different genre. While small organization involves all levels of managers, complex organizations largely depend on a team of professionals specially trained to make all sorts of decisions. Today’s decision makers must use a variety of thinking styles, methodologies and creative processes. Participants will develop their skills as a critical thinker and problem solver.