Wednesday, February 1, 2017

The New Book “Decision Master” Quote Collection I

The art of decision making includes the art of questioning.

Decision Masters refer to the digital leaders or professionals who can leverage multidimensional thought processes, information and intuition, take a step-wise scenario for making effective decisions consistently. Decision Masters also refer to the businesses or organizations that follow a set of well-defined principles, leverage fine-tuned decision processes, efficient information management system, decision frameworks, tools, and metrics to enable people across the organization making effective decisions collaboratively.

Decision Master” is the guidebook to perceive digital mindsets with multidimensional decision intelligence, define a set of decision-making principles, articulate potential pitfalls in decision-making scenario, describe digital decision-making styles, summarize the important elements in building the decision-making capability and taking stepwise steps to achieve decision maturity.

  1. Decision making is an art only until the person understands the science.
  2. The art of decision making includes the art of questioning.
  3. The science of decision-making is to make sure there is an effective decision process in place.
  4. Both the art of intuition and the science of analytics have the role to play in making wise decisions.
  5. Either for individuals or businesses, contemporary decision-making intelligence is contextual and multidimensional
  6. Paradoxical intelligence is emergent as a balanced mind to avoid binary thinking or extreme thinking.
  7. Critical thinking has been described as “thinking about thinking.”
  8. EQ is important in making sound judgments, strategic decisions and driving the organization’s long-term success.
  9. A more discerning individual is better equipped to make sound judgments.
  10. It is critical to have an in-depth understanding via Systems Thinking about the “speed of the business.”
  11. Holistic thinking is a combination of analysis, systems thinking, critical thinking and more.
  12. Holistic thinking is thinking about the whole system in question for improving decision maturity.
  13. A synthetic mind is future oriented, holistic, focusing on long-term problem-solving, without ignorance of emergent trends.
  14. The synthetic mind is more on the lines of making strategic decisions for problem-solving by taking a longer-term approach.
  15. Learning to think beyond a single dimension; look beyond the surface; love more than one color and enjoy the world of difference.
  16. A decisive mind with high paradoxical intelligence is more balanced with emotional excellence.
  17. Decision maturity is to ensure the right decisions have been made by the right people at the right time to solve the right problems.
  18. The company’s leadership plays a major role in framing the right questions for decision-making.
  19. You have to be selective for getting the right information and capturing the valuable insight in making decisions.
  20. Knowledge is information that supports the decision-making process.
  21. Test golden ratio (80% of information + 20% of gut feeling) in decision-making for practicing and improvement.
  22. The purpose of Systems Thinking is to frame-solve problems and create desirable futures.
  23. Team decision works because they bring different perspective and information to the table.
  24. Consider and compare the advantages and disadvantages of all options in decision-making.
  25. No decision in the world outlives the time, place, and person’s constituents on the basis of which it was made.
  26. It is often said that a wrong decision taken at the right time is better than a right decision taken at the wrong time.
  27. Decision makers with emotional excellence have the ability to dispassionately examine alternatives via fact finding, analysis, structured planning, objective evaluations, and comparison.
  28. High EQ decision makers can leverage multifaceted thought processes in making sound judgments and improving the overall decision-making maturity.


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