Clear, confident decision-making is one of the central
criteria for promotion into executive ranks. Yet many executives report that
making decisions is one of their biggest professional challenges. This training
course will examine the art
and science of strategic decision-making. You will learn
how to identify the most strategically important dimensions on which to ground
your decisions, and to scan your environment for your best possible options.
You’ll also gain experience with
proven techniques for making better strategic decisions in
the face of complexity, uncertainty and conflicting objectives.
Through the trainer’s expertise and practical knowledge,
you will be able to define the key concepts associated with strategic decision
making and you will be able to:
–Understand the reasons for making decisions
using the process of structured analysis.
–Identify when to involve others in the
decision-making or problem-solving process and how to do so.
–Understand the steps to use to yield the
highest probability of successful decisions and solutions.
–Interpret and analyze data more successfully.
–Appreciate the importance and value of
different problem-solving approaches and styles.
–Develop an operational framework for
approaching a variety of problem situations
This Training Program is designed for Employees at
mid/senior levels, team leaders, supervisors and managers.
The Learning Model
–Practical cases and exercises and applications
–Discussion and dialogue
Training Program Outline
·Overview and objectives
·Characteristics of rational decision making
·Decision making – what we do!
·Structuring our analysis
·Insights into problem-solving
·When to involve others
·Levels of involvement
·The four-step problem-solving model
·Beware these pitfalls
·Planning for decision making
·Six thinking hats (looking at the decision from
all points of view)
Our portfolio of more than 200 training courses are currently designed to address the current training needs of our clients incorporating latest trends and internationally accepted best practices, in each distinct subject area.