Every day we are faced with the potential for conflict. Lose-lose battles are unnecessary, if the parties have access to simple negotiation strategies.
Can groups make better decisions than smart individuals?
Research at MIT has identified three factors that correlate to a group’s collective intelligence.
Google identifies the five traits of high performing teams
Google has identified five traits shared by high performing teams. They have also made available their Team Effectiveness Discussion Guide as well as a tool for fostering psychological safety.
Tolerance for ambiguity
Successful problem solving requires tolerance for ambiguity.
How to avoid group think and achieve the wisdom of the crowd
Every day in organizations, groups meet to make decisions. Here are four simple ways to help them avoid group think and achieve the wisdom of the crowd.
Visionize a preferred future
Feel trapped by the circumstances or challenges you face? Need to reinvent your life? Solve a persistent problem? Renew a relationship? Visionizing is a powerful thinking technique designed to elicit transformative strategies and actions. Visionize and create your future!
Errors are portals of discovery
Effective problem solving and decision-making requires that we embrace risk and accept our errors as portals of discovery.
What Google learned about high performing teams
Google recently devoted considerable resources to determine what makes a high-performing team. What did they discover?
Review of “Eight Keys to Better Decision-making”
“While books like Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking Fast and Slow bring theoretical ideas to a mass audience … You Are What You Decide takes a big step towards real-world decision-making showing how anyone can improve their decision-making by adopting a few simple behaviors.”
– Andrew Tait, Chief Technology Officer, Decision Mechanics
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“You Are What You Decide is a concise book that distills complex ideas into a straightforward, highly readable framework.”
– Sherm Bodner, President and Publisher, Gannett Central New York Media