You are here: Home Authors h Hal Mooz
« August 2019 »
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
Log in

Forgot your password?
Document Actions

Hal Mooz

by Roland Buresund last modified 2015-04-21 23:47

Hal Mooz, PMP, CSEP, from Tiburon, CA and a graduate of Stevens is an experienced aerospace chief systems engineer and project manager and is the co-founder of a management training and consulting company. He has implemented leading university and industry training programs and trained over 10,000 high-technology project managers across the globe. His earlier book, Visualizing Project Management, has been selected by leading universities for post graduate programs and it is now published in four languages. He is a certified project management professional and a certified systems engineering professional. Hal was awarded the CIAs Seal Medallion for excellence in service to the agency and was named the International Council on Systems Engineerings Pioneer for 2002.

Early on Mr. Mooz recognized that the key skill in resolving both personal and business issues is decision making. Yet decision making is seldom taught and when it is, it is usually presented from too narrow a point of view that is inadequate for the normal range of decisions. While co-teaching Systems Management with one of the worlds leading experts in Decision Analysis, Mr. Mooz came to the realization that the broader scope of Thinking Clearly About Decisions was not being addressed. After many years of research and development Mr. Mooz conceived three proprietary models: a Decision Type Model that characterizes what is at stake with any decision; a Decision Solution Model that frames the most suitable alternatives to choose from; and a Decision Judgment Model that provides ten bases for deciding, some of which may be defensible and others that even though they are popular are not defensible.

Mr. Mooz now directs his creative energy to teaching others to become decision fit which can improve both individual and team performance at work and at home.

Powered by Plone, the Open Source Content Management System

This site conforms to the following standards: