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The Decision Book: Fifty Models for Strategic Thinking

por Mikael Krogerus, Roman Tschäppeler

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Most of us face the same questions every day: What do I want? How can I get it? How can I live more happily and work more efficiently? This updated edition of the international bestseller distills into a single volume the fifty best decision-making models used on MBA courses, and elsewhere, that will help you tackle these important questions, from the well known (the Eisenhower matrix for time management) to the less familiar but equally useful (the Swiss Cheese model). It will even show you how to remember everything you'll have learned by the end of it. Stylish and compact, this little book is a powerful asset. Whether you need to plot a presentation, assess someone's business idea or get to know yourself better, this unique guide will help you simplify any problem and take steps towards the right decision.… (mais)
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Tiny book with plenty (if briefly covered) models for classification of tasks, projects, and people. Worth having at arm's length. ( )
  zeh | Jun 3, 2023 |
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1. Kleines, kompaktes Taschenformat: 9,5 cm breit x 14,7 cm hoch
2. Abgerundete Ecken (Hardcoverumschlag und Buchseiten)
3. Edles Layout mit Text plus 1 Zitat pro Thema und handgezeichneten Schaubildern
4. Es hat ein integriertes Buchzeichen
5. Es hat leere Seiten

Ein kleines Handbuch also für strategische Entscheidungen. Der Terminus "strategische" Entscheidungen klingt etwas zu hoch gegriffen, die Modelle können auch für ganz normale, individuelle Alltagsentscheidungen angewendet werden. Das Buch teilt die 50 Modelle bzw. Heuristiken in 5 Bereiche ein:

1. Wie ich mich verbessere.
2. Wie ich mich besser verstehe.
3. Wie ich andere besser verstehe.
4. Wie ich andere besser mache.
5. Jetzt sind Sie dran: Kleine Zeichenschule

Das Buch ist inspiriert von Eisenhower, einem Meister der Kürze und Fokussierung. Er sagte: "Was nicht auf einer Manuskriptseite zusammengefasst werden kann, ist weder durchdacht noch entscheidungsreif." Demzufolge steht das Eisenhower-Prinzip, noch kürzer als in "Wikipedia Zeitmanagement", an erster Stelle. Alle Entscheidungen, Erledigungen sollten so umgesetzt werden:

Eisenhower-Prinzip:
Wichtig & dringlich: sofort machen.
Wichtig, aber nicht dringlich: Entscheiden, wann es gemacht wird.
Nicht wichtig, nicht dringlich: später machen.
Dringlich, aber nicht wichtig: von jemand anderem machen lassen.

Alternativ wird dann die Warren Buffett Methode mit dieser Passage erklärt:

"Eine andere Methode, wie sie ihre Zeit besser einteilen können, wird dem Multimilliardär Warren Buffett zugeschrieben: Machen Sie eine Liste, von allem, was sie heute tun wollen. Beginnen Sie mit der Aufgabe zuoberst auf der Liste, und gehen Sie erst weiter, wenn Sie damit fertig sind. Erledigte Aufgaben auf der Liste durchstreichen."

Damit sind Sie im Ton und Stil dieses Büchleins: links meist Text und rechts ein Schaubild. Zur Eisenhower Analyse steht dieses Zitat als Abschluss des Textes auf der linken Seite: "Better late than never. But never late is better."

Das Büchlein hat mich in den Flow gebracht, es hat wirklich etwas Glück ausgelöst. Was glücklich macht, steht auf Seite 46 und wurde von Csíkszentmihályi im Hinblick auf den Flow so definiert: "Es stellt sich ein, wenn man:

a) konzentriert einer Aktivität nachgeht, die man
b) selbst bestimmt, die einen
c) weder unterfordert noch überfordert, die ein
d) klares Ziel hat und auf die es
e) unmittelbares Feedback gibt."
  Clu98 | Mar 31, 2023 |
Easy to read, but lots to digest. I'm trying out one model at a time, starting with the Eisenhower matrix. ( )
  tgraettinger | Mar 3, 2023 |
Strange book. Fifty models...the usual quadrants (oh, LOTS of quadrants, and some others.) No real information on their use, their problems (the creators never think there are problems, but there are), whether there is any value. (And there isn't... I've seen so many of these, but that's me.)

"This book has been written for anyone who has to deal with people on a daily basis." That word sets my teeth on edge... “Deal”? The authors already have a problem. We work with people, and deal with problems. Of course, sometimes people are the problem but in general… no. Words matter.

For "The Monte Carlo simulation: Why we can only approximate a definitive outcome ...
Why is the Monte Carlo model important? Because it reminds us that models do not represent reality, but are simply an approximation of reality." This might be the only meaningful statement in this book. Extra star for it.

The authors pepper this book with quotes, but didn't do their research. Some are correctly attributed, and then there is "Everything should be made as simple as possible. But no simpler." Albert Einstein
It's possible, but there is no direct evidence in any of his writings. And "The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it." Theodore Roosevelt. There is no known source for the attribution. ( )
  Razinha | Oct 2, 2021 |
It's tough to mark this book as "finished" since it's clearly meant for reference. I can say that after reading it straight through there are lots of gems. ( )
  jamestomasino | Sep 11, 2021 |
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Most of us face the same questions every day: What do I want? How can I get it? How can I live more happily and work more efficiently? This updated edition of the international bestseller distills into a single volume the fifty best decision-making models used on MBA courses, and elsewhere, that will help you tackle these important questions, from the well known (the Eisenhower matrix for time management) to the less familiar but equally useful (the Swiss Cheese model). It will even show you how to remember everything you'll have learned by the end of it. Stylish and compact, this little book is a powerful asset. Whether you need to plot a presentation, assess someone's business idea or get to know yourself better, this unique guide will help you simplify any problem and take steps towards the right decision.

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