Decision making is as an outcome of mental/cognitive processes that lead to the selection of a course of action among several alternatives. The decision making process ends with a final choice. Research in decision-making has shown that unconscious processes (those outside of our awareness) often lead to better choices than conscious decision-making. In other words, it really may help to "sleep on" a decision.
ONE STRATEGY: Organization, Planning, and Decision Making
This book challenges traditional views of strategy and operational execution-views that say strategy comes from a small group of select people or that an innovative strategy can only emerge from a distinct organizational spinoff.
Lessons From the Greeks on Prudent Decision-Making
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Creative Byline and Bowker Team Up to Support Publisher Decision-Making
By offering Bowker PubTrack data on consumer book buying, Creative Byline makes it easier for editors to assess commercial potential for submitted manuscripts.