Publisher: Pan, 1985, 180 pages
Few managers devote enough time to the thinking processes they should apply to their jobs. Yet long, energetic hours at work are wasted if business decisions are not logical, clear — and correct.
Effective Decision Making is the definitive guide to the crucial management skill of creative thinking. John Adair draws on examples and case studies from business, recent history, sport and entertainment to show:
A complete guide to sharpening your analytical management skills.
You need to have some Adair books in the library. Why, is a valid question? The answer is real simple: he write about stuff that the current crop of management thinkers still try to understand…
Be warned, the books look boring, but the content is very good.