Die besten 95 Bücher zu Decision-Making

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Decision-Making Bücher: Blink von Malcolm Gladwell

Blink

Malcolm Gladwell
The Power of Thinking Without Thinking
4.0 (615 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Blink?

Blink examines the phenomenon of snap judgments, meaning the split-second decisions we make unconsciously. These snap judgments are important decision-making tools, but can also lead to bad choices and all manner of problems. Blink explains how we can best make use of them.

Wer Blink lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in intuition and decision-making
  • Anyone interested in ridding themselves of their prejudices and stereotypes
  • Anyone who wants to know when to trust their intuition

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Decision-Making Bücher: Predictably Irrational von Dan Ariely

Predictably Irrational

Dan Ariely
The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions
4.5 (403 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Predictably Irrational?

Predictably Irrational (2010) explains the fundamentally irrational ways we behave every day. Why do we decide to diet and then give it up as soon as we see a tasty dessert? Why would your mother be offended if you tried to pay her for a Sunday meal she lovingly prepared? Why is pain medication more effective when the patient thinks it is more expensive? The reasons and remedies for these and other irrationalities are explored and explained with studies and anecdotes.

Wer Predictably Irrational lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to understand why we indulge in irrational behaviors like procrastination, overeating and overpaying, and how we can avoid this
  • Anyone who wants to learn how to counter their innate irrationality and make better decisions
  • Anyone interested in social psychology and people’s decision-making behavior in general

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Decision-Making Bücher: Nudge von Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein

Nudge

Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein
Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth and Happiness
4.1 (477 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Nudge?

The message of Nudge is to show us how we can be encouraged, with just a slight nudge or two, to make better decisions. The book starts by explaining the reasons for wrong decisions we make in everyday life.

Wer Nudge lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to live a healthier, more disciplined life
  • Anyone interested in how countries and companies can influence people’s decisions

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Decision-Making Bücher: Decisive von Chip and Dan Heath

Decisive

Chip and Dan Heath
How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work
4.5 (260 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Decisive?

The book identifies the main issues that typically stand in the way of decision making: a narrow view on our problems, short-term emotions, and overconfidence when it comes to predicting the future. It gives knowledgeable insight into how our decisions are formed and how to avoid making bad ones.

Wer Decisive lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in the process of decision making
  • Anyone that has to make reliable decisions everyday
  • Anyone who is repeatedly revisiting past decisions

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Paradox of Choice von Barry Schwartz

The Paradox of Choice

Barry Schwartz
Why More Is Less
4.6 (378 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Paradox of Choice?

The abundance of choice that modern society presents us with is commonly believed to result in better options and greater satisfaction. However, author Barry Schwartz argues that too many choices can be detrimental to our psychological and emotional well-being. Through arguments based on current research in the social sciences, he demonstrates how more might actually be less.

Wer The Paradox of Choice lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in why making decisions can be so difficult
  • Anyone who wants to learn about the consequences of being faced with many choices

 

 


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Decision-Making Bücher: Why We Make Mistakes von Joseph T. Hallinan

Why We Make Mistakes

Joseph T. Hallinan
How We Look Without Seeing, Forget Things in Seconds, and Are All Pretty Sure We Are Way Above Average
4.3 (59 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Why We Make Mistakes?

Why We Make Mistakes is about the kinds of mistakes we commonly make, and the reasons behind them. With a broad focus encompassing neuroscience, psychology and economics, the book provides convincing explanations for our often fallible perception, our inability to recall simple data and the many biases that direct our decision making without us being aware.

Wer Why We Make Mistakes lesen sollte

  • Anyone eager to understand the mechanisms behind human error
  • Anyone who always wonders why they never find mistakes in their own work
  • Anyone who wants to know why they can’t seem to remember names, PINs or their own password

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Decision-Making Bücher: First Things First von Stephen R. Covey, A. Roger Merrill and Rebecca R. Merrill

First Things First

Stephen R. Covey, A. Roger Merrill and Rebecca R. Merrill
To Live, to Love, to Learn, to Leave a Legacy
4.6 (748 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in First Things First?

This title provides you with valuable insights and guidelines that will help you focus your life on the things that are truly the most meaningful. You’ll learn how to set your priorities, make the best decisions, and develop a keen vision for the future. If you’re looking to create positive change in your life, this book is a great place to start!

Wer First Things First lesen sollte

  • Anyone who feels a lack of inner peace, balance or meaning in life
  • Anyone who wants to use his or her time more effectively
  • Anyone who has a hard time making big decisions
  • Anyone who wants to improve the quality of his or her life

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Decision-Making Bücher: Risk Savvy von Gerd Gigerenzer

Risk Savvy

Gerd Gigerenzer
How To Make Good Decisions
3.7 (67 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Risk Savvy?

Risk Savvy is an exploration into the way we misunderstand risk and uncertainty, often at great expense to our health, finances and relationships. However, if we better understand risk, we can develop the tools necessary to navigate this highly complex world without having to become an “expert in everything.”

Wer Risk Savvy lesen sollte

  • Anyone whose decisions greatly affect others
  • People involved in the finance industry
  • Anyone who wants to make better decisions in their lives

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Hour Between Dog and Wolf von John Coates

The Hour Between Dog and Wolf

John Coates
How Risk-Taking Transforms Us, Body and Mind
4.2 (76 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Hour Between Dog and Wolf?

The Hour Between Dog and Wolf is an illuminating look at the influence of human physiology on the thinking and behavior of stock market traders. The author, inspired by his experiences on the trading floor, investigates the hormonal basis of financial decision making, and demonstrates the way in which the body’s mechanisms can destabilize our financial markets. The book also explains what can be done to reduce the detrimental effects of our biology on the market, and even how we can use this knowledge to our financial advantage.

Wer The Hour Between Dog and Wolf lesen sollte

  • Anyone who is curious about the relationship between biology and stock trading
  • Anyone who is interested in how people think with their bodies
  • Anyone wondering how bubbles can form in the stock market

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Marshmallow Test von Walter Mischel

The Marshmallow Test

Walter Mischel
Mastering Self-Control
4.5 (78 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Marshmallow Test?

The Marshmallow Test explains why being able to delay gratification and exercise our self-control is essential for living a successful life. Using insights gained from several psychological studies, it explains how exactly our self-control skills function, and what we can do to improve them.

Wer The Marshmallow Test lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to improve his or her self-control
  • Anyone interested in psychology
  • Anyone hoping to help children develop good self-control skills, especially parents

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Decision-Making Bücher: Super Crunchers von Ian Ayres

Super Crunchers

Ian Ayres
Why Thinking-by-Numbers Is the New Way to be Smart
3.7 (25 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Super Crunchers?

From building a wine cellar to finding your happily ever after, modern life is increasingly ruled by number crunching and algorithms. Super Crunchers (2007) is about the sheer power of the large data sets that are fed into algorithms and the way they’re revolutionizing our businesses, medical treatment and even our governments.

Wer Super Crunchers lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in the power of statistics
  • Computer and math nerds
  • Business owners, politicians and baseball coaches

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Desire Map von Danielle LaPorte

The Desire Map

Danielle LaPorte
A Guide to Creating Goals with Soul
3.8 (67 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Desire Map?

The Desire Map (2014) is your guide to harnessing the positive power of desire. From fostering creativity to providing motivation for you to chase your goals, desire with a healthy dose of self-awareness can help you on your way to fulfillment.

Wer The Desire Map lesen sollte

  • Women and men who feel sad or unfulfilled in their lives
  • Teenagers or anyone trying to find his or her place in the universe

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Leading Brain von Friederike Fabritius & Hans W. Hagemann

The Leading Brain

Friederike Fabritius & Hans W. Hagemann
Powerful Science-Based Strategies for Achieving Peak Performance
4.2 (92 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Leading Brain?

The Leading Brain (2017) dismisses the trends and gimmicks surrounding productivity in favor of hard science about how the brain really works in the everyday stress of a nine-to-five job. There is plenty of research and scientific data on how to create productive habits, build the perfect team and keep staff working at their best.

Wer The Leading Brain lesen sollte

  • Psychology students
  • Managers and supervisors looking to improve their leadership skills
  • Readers interested in self-improvement

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Next Right Thing von Emily P. Freeman

The Next Right Thing

Emily P. Freeman
A Simple, Soulful Practice for Making Life Decisions
4.1 (135 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Next Right Thing?

The Next Right Thing (2019) takes a fresh look at common decision-making wisdom. Drawing upon personal anecdotes as well as stories from the Bible, these blinks offer soulful advice to guide you through decision fatigue or chronic hesitation so that you can find your next right thing.

Wer The Next Right Thing lesen sollte

  • Christians interested in finding spiritual guidance
  • Recent graduates or people going through a time of transition
  • Ditherers looking to become more decisive

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Great Mental Models von Shane Parrish and Rhiannon Beaubien

The Great Mental Models

Shane Parrish and Rhiannon Beaubien
General Thinking Concepts
4.4 (440 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Great Mental Models?

The Great Mental Models (2019) provides a crash course on how to upgrade your thinking and decision making. Drawing from a wide variety of disciplines, it will equip you with nine of the most essential tools for understanding and navigating the complicated world around you.

Wer The Great Mental Models lesen sollte

  • Decision makers
  • Analysts
  • Anyone who wants to give their thinking an edge

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Decision-Making Bücher: How to Decide von Annie Duke

How to Decide

Annie Duke
Simple Tools for Making Better Choices
4.4 (323 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in How to Decide?

How to Decide (2020) investigates the way we make decisions, as well as common types of bias and faulty techniques that afflict them. It teaches you how to identify different types of decisions, and then design practical processes to help slow down or speed up the deliberation process accordingly.

Wer How to Decide lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in decision-making strategies
  • People who like psychology
  • Business managers who make big decisions regularly

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Decision-Making Bücher: Honeybee Democracy von Thomas D. Seeley

Honeybee Democracy

Thomas D. Seeley
4.5 (63 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Honeybee Democracy?

Honeybee Democracy (2010) traces the fascinating story of how bees decide where to build their new hive. Using highly evolved skills, like independent research and community debate, the bees’ deeply democratic decision-making process is a model we can all learn from. 

Wer Honeybee Democracy lesen sollte

  • Popular science enthusiasts with a fondness for insects
  • Politics buffs who want to learn about democratic systems
  • Anyone and everyone who thinks bees are cool

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Self-Driven Child von William Stixrud and Ned Johnson

The Self-Driven Child

William Stixrud and Ned Johnson
The Science and Sense of Giving Your Kids More Control Over Their Lives
4.5 (281 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Self-Driven Child?

The Self-Driven Child (2018) shows us how our instinct to control our children’s lives can result in stressed-out, uncooperative, and poorly motivated kids. Instead, the book argues, we should try to help our children come to informed decisions themselves – and trust them to make the big calls. 

Wer The Self-Driven Child lesen sollte

  • Parents of stressed, overworked kids
  • Child psychologists and pediatricians
  • Anyone interested in the complex dynamics between parent and child

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Decision-Making Bücher: No Rules Rules von Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer

No Rules Rules

Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer
Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention
4.6 (443 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in No Rules Rules?

No Rules Rules (2020) sets out the principles of Netflix’s unique company culture, based on employee freedom and responsibility, and optimized for maximum innovation. In doing so, it charts the incredible journey of Netflix, a start-up fairytale.

Wer No Rules Rules lesen sollte

  • Anyone who works at a start-up
  • Fans of the film The Social Network
  • Those who are wary of Silicon Valley’s increasing dominance

 


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Decision-Making Bücher: One Decision von Mike Bayer

One Decision

Mike Bayer
The First Step to a Better Life
4.4 (240 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in One Decision?

One Decision (2020) is a guide to understanding the various thinking patterns that determine whether we see obstacles or opportunities. It breaks down why we often base decisions on the bleak outlook created by rigidity and confusion and provides practical tools for fostering an opportunity mindset and making life-changing decisions.

Wer One Decision lesen sollte

  • People who feel overwhelmed by obstacles
  • Those who are stuck in a cycle of bad decisions
  • Anyone who wants to create a better life

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Slight Edge von Jeff Olson

The Slight Edge

Jeff Olson
Turning Simple Disciplines into Massive Success and Happiness
4.6 (340 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Slight Edge?

What’s it about?

The Slight Edge (2005) explores the power of all the small choices we make every day. Far from being insignificant, they are a step in our journey toward success or failure.

Wer The Slight Edge lesen sollte

Who’s it for?

  • Individuals wanting to achieve success in life
  • People trying to develop new habits or stop bad ones
  • Entrepreneurs who want to build successful businesses

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Decision-Making Bücher: You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake!  von Olivier Sibony

You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake!

Olivier Sibony
How Biases Distort Decision-Making – and What You Can Do To Fight Them
4.3 (112 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake! ?

You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake! (2020) deals with the negative but often predictable effects that cognitive biases have on high-stakes decisions. Far from claiming that biases can be eliminated altogether, it demonstrates how every decision is colored by bias and outlines specific techniques that’ll help you make more rational, fact-based business decisions.

Wer You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake! lesen sollte

  • Businesspeople who have to make frequent decisions
  • Anyone interested in business strategy and behavioral economics
  • Fans of Daniel Kahneman or Malcolm Gladwell

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Decision-Making Bücher: Wiser von Dilip Jeste with Scott LaFee

Wiser

Dilip Jeste with Scott LaFee
The Scientific Roots of Wisdom, Compassion, and What Makes Us Good
4.7 (98 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Wiser?

Wiser (2020) combines a scientific approach to wisdom with practical tips on how to grow wiser today. Drawing on decades of research and cutting-edge studies, it pairs explanation and advice in its investigation of compassion, aging, decision-making, and more.

Wer Wiser lesen sollte

  • Busy twenty-first-century folk hungry for old-fashioned wisdom
  • Amateur scientists interested in discovering more about the brain
  • People who want to get wise before they get old

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Decision-Making Bücher: Noise von Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony and Cass R. Sunstein

Noise

Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony and Cass R. Sunstein
A Flaw in Human Judgment
4.4 (782 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Noise?

Noise (2021) is an exploration into the chaotic and costly role that randomness plays in human judgment. By uncovering the mechanisms behind how our minds and societies work, the authors show how noise – unwanted variability in decisions – is both inescapable and elusive. We can, however, with a few solid strategies, make our judgments less noisy and our world fairer.

Wer Noise lesen sollte

  • Behavioral economists, psychologists, CEOs, and students
  • Anyone interested in how we make judgments and how those judgments shape society
  • Anyone who cares about accuracy and fairness

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Scout Mindset von Julia Galef

The Scout Mindset

Julia Galef
Why Some People See Things Clearly and Others Don't
4.6 (610 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Scout Mindset?

The Scout Mindset (2021) explores two very different mindsets: that of the soldier and that of the scout. It explains that most of us have a soldier mindset – we cling to our beliefs and often ignore evidence that might prove us wrong. But we can all learn to be scouts, seeking out truth and improving our “map” of the world.

Wer The Scout Mindset lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to overcome their inherent biases
  • People who want to learn how to be wrong
  • Truth seekers

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Decision-Making Bücher: Rationality von Steven Pinker

Rationality

Steven Pinker
What It Is, Why It's Scarce, and How to Get More
4.2 (410 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Rationality?

Rationality (2021) explores the faculty that sets us apart from other species: reason. The ability to think rationally drives individual and social progress. It allows us to attain our goals and create a fairer world. But rationality isn’t just something we do as individuals – it also sustains our best institutions.

Wer Rationality lesen sollte

  • Would-be rationalists
  • Philosophical thinkers
  • Anyone who loves big ideas

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Decision-Making Bücher: You Are What You Risk von Michele Wucker

You Are What You Risk

Michele Wucker
The New Art and Science of Navigating an Uncertain World
3.9 (227 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in You Are What You Risk?

You Are What You Risk (2021) explains how your relationship with risk defines your life in a unique way. Countless factors influence both how you perceive risk and how you respond to it.

Wer You Are What You Risk lesen sollte

  • People searching for new ways to make decisions
  • Economists looking to better understand risk
  • Thrill-seekers and scaredy-cats wondering why they are how they are

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Decision-Making Bücher: Lessons from the Titans von Scott Davis

Lessons from the Titans

Scott Davis
What Companies in the New Economy Can Learn from the Great Industrial Giants to Drive Sustainable Success
4.2 (47 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Lessons from the Titans?

Lessons from the Titans (2020) tells the stories of ten industrial companies in the United States. From General Electric to Boeing, Honeywell to United Rentals, it looks at which strategic decisions led to success and which disastrous missteps created new obstacles. By analyzing the past performance of such legendary businesses, it offers greater insight into which companies today will stick around – and which won’t. 

Wer Lessons from the Titans lesen sollte

  • Business gurus fascinated by economic shifts
  • Entrepreneurs looking to future-proof their companies
  • Economists curious about market shifts

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Decision-Making Bücher: Framers von Kenneth Cukier, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Francis de Véricourt

Framers

Kenneth Cukier, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Francis de Véricourt
Human Advantage in an Age of Technology and Turmoil
4.1 (65 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Framers?

Framers (2021) takes a bird’s eye view of the issues facing our world today, from pandemics to political polarization, and presents a visionary solution. That solution lies with framing –⁠ the conscious or unconscious act of viewing the world through a particular lens. By recognizing and rethinking the frames we use, we can optimize our attitudes toward the world and give ourselves a leg up in the face of major social, economic, and scientific challenges.

Wer Framers lesen sollte

  • Abstract thinkers concerned about global issues
  • Decision-makers who tend to over-rely on their gut instincts
  • Innovators struggling to bring their vision into reality

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Decision-Making Bücher: Dream Big von Bob Goff

Dream Big

Bob Goff
Know What You Want, Why You Want It, and What You're Going to Do About It
4.5 (259 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Dream Big?

Dream Big (2020) shows us how we can reconnect with our dreams and turn them into reality. Rather than a life half-lived, Dream Big encourages us to dig into our deepest motivations, face our obstacles, and make plans for our most cherished ambitions.

Wer Dream Big lesen sollte

  • Anyone looking to reconnect with their dreams
  • People in the wrong career, wrong relationship, or wrong life
  • Those in need of the courage to start again

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Decision-Making Bücher: Read the Face von Eric Standop with Elisa Petrini

Read the Face

Eric Standop with Elisa Petrini
Face Reading for Success in Your Career, Relationships, and Health
3.4 (187 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Read the Face?

Read the Face (2021) is a beginner’s guide to the millennia-old art and science of physiognomy, or face reading. It provides a brief history of the practice, outlines techniques and methods, and includes insightful case studies.

Wer Read the Face lesen sollte

  • Anyone curious about physiognomy
  • People eager to understand themselves and others better
  • Couples interested in finding out about love compatibility

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Decision-Making Bücher: Strategic Kaizen™ von Masaaki Imai

Strategic Kaizen™

Masaaki Imai
Using Flow, Synchronization, and Leveling Assessment to Measure and Strengthen Operational Performance
4.4 (81 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Strategic Kaizen™?

Strategic Kaizen (2021) examines the principles and practices of corporations that have embraced lean thinking – a paired-down, customer-oriented production process pioneered in postwar Japan. Also known as the Toyota Production System, this managerial philosophy is all about maximizing efficiency and reducing waste by making many small changes. 

Wer Strategic Kaizen™ lesen sollte

  • Managers and leaders
  • Technophiles and car lovers
  • Strategists and planners

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Decision-Making Bücher: Know Thyself von Stephen M. Fleming

Know Thyself

Stephen M. Fleming
The Science of Self-Awareness
4.4 (387 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Know Thyself?

In Know Thyself (2021) cognitive neuroscientist Stephen M. Fleming lays out the basic principles of metacognition – the way we think about what we think. This revealing book shows by understanding of our metacognitive processes, we can turn them to our advantage, to make accurate, informed judgments.

Wer Know Thyself lesen sollte

  • Psychology buffs 
  • People grappling with difficult decisions
  • Anyone who wants to know more about why they think what they think

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Power of Regret von Daniel Pink

The Power of Regret

Daniel Pink
How Looking Backward Moves us Forward
4.6 (757 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Power of Regret?

The Power of Regret (2022) is a rebuttal of the “no regrets” worldview. Drawing from human psychology, it shares actionable steps for transforming emotion into action and using past disappointments to shape purposeful futures. 

Wer The Power of Regret lesen sollte

  • Anyone who’s ever had a regret, no matter how big or small
  • Followers of the “no regrets” lifestyle who are ready to hear a new perspective 
  • Psychology fans who want to explore the underpinnings of a popular phenomenon

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Decision-Making Bücher: Illogical von Emmanuel Acho

Illogical

Emmanuel Acho
Saying Yes to a Life Without Limits
3.8 (222 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Illogical?

Illogical (2022) is the story of how Emmanuel Acho, former pro football player turned media star, decided to take the illogical path to fulfill his potential and his dreams. Instead of following society’s rules, expectations, and constraints, he decided to break all of them –⁠ and in doing so, he became what he is today. And guess what? You can do the same.

Wer Illogical lesen sollte

  • Dreamers looking for advice on how to achieve their goals
  • People who want to change careers but feel nervous about taking the next step
  • Anyone feeling a little lost in life

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Decision-Making Bücher: Meetings That Get Results von Terrence Metz

Meetings That Get Results

Terrence Metz
A Facilitator's Guide to Building Better Meetings
4.2 (192 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Meetings That Get Results?

Meetings That Get Results (2021) is a practical guide to the art of running more effective and efficient meetings. Designed for leaders tasked with facilitating meetings and group discussions, it emphasizes collaborative approaches to decision-making and problem-solving. 

Wer Meetings That Get Results lesen sollte

  • Leaders and organizers 
  • Tinkerers and optimizers 
  • Team players

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Great Mental Models Volume 3 von Rhiannon Beaubien and Rosie Leizrowice

The Great Mental Models Volume 3

Rhiannon Beaubien and Rosie Leizrowice
Systems and Mathematics
4.3 (295 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Great Mental Models Volume 3?

The Great Mental Models Volume 3 (2021) is the third book in a series that shows how mental models from various disciplines can be applied to make positive changes to your life. This volume focuses on mental models from systems and mathematics. It demonstrates how you can use cognitive tools to improve everything from decision-making and relationships to healthy eating and personal productivity.

Wer The Great Mental Models Volume 3 lesen sollte

  • Decision-makers
  • Problem-solvers
  • The intellectually curious

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Decision-Making Bücher: Wild Problems von Russ Roberts

Wild Problems

Russ Roberts
A Guide to the Decisions That Define Us
4.5 (317 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Wild Problems?

Wild Problems (2022) is an exploration of decision-making, particularly when it comes to the thornier issues of life that can have the deepest impact. Although the modern world offers algorithms and practical approaches to doing so, calculations are not always the best way to a life well lived.

Wer Wild Problems lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in philosophy
  • People at the threshold of making major life decisions like marriage or a geographical move
  • Anyone struggling with becoming more decisive

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Decision-Making Bücher: Don’t Trust Your Gut von Seth Stephens-Davidowitz

Don’t Trust Your Gut

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
Using Data to Get What You Really Want in Life
3.9 (230 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Don’t Trust Your Gut?

Don’t Trust Your Gut (2022) turns that tried-and-true wisdom about trusting your gut on its head. Not only does trusting your gut instinct often lead you to make the wrong decision, there’s a pretty foolproof method to ensure you make the right decision – analyzing the available data and acting on it.

Wer Don’t Trust Your Gut lesen sollte

  • Regretful impulsive decision-makers
  • Those so overwhelmed by decision-making that they rarely make any decisions
  • Anyone who’s ever resorted to a coin flip to make a particularly tricky decision

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Decision-Making Bücher: Provoke von Geoff Tuff and Steven Goldbach

Provoke

Geoff Tuff and Steven Goldbach
How Leaders Shape the Future by Overcoming Fatal Human Flaws
4.6 (26 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Provoke?

Provoke (2021) draws lessons from provocative entrepreneurs who pinpointed key trends early and rode them to phenomenal success. What’s more, by outlining the key principles of future-oriented strategy, it shows how anyone can act to provoke the future outcomes they want for their business.

Wer Provoke lesen sollte

  • Anyone wondering how to future-proof their business
  • Entrepreneurs who’d like to turn their vision into reality
  • Managers who want to lead boldly and strategically

41
Decision-Making Bücher: Thinking 101 von Woo-kyoung Ahn

Thinking 101

Woo-kyoung Ahn
How to Reason Better to Live Better
4.4 (427 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Thinking 101?

Thinking 101 (2022) asserts that by understanding and overcoming thinking biases, we can better solve or even avoid most problems, from everyday conflicts to larger societal issues. 

Wer Thinking 101 lesen sollte

  • Problem solvers interested in thinking differently
  • People who want to understand the actions and motivations of others
  • Students or other academics interested in cognitive psychology

42
Decision-Making Bücher: Robert's Rules of Order von Henry M. Robert III, Daniel H. Honemann, Thomas J. Balch, Daniel E. Seabold, and Shmuel Gerber

Robert's Rules of Order

Henry M. Robert III, Daniel H. Honemann, Thomas J. Balch, Daniel E. Seabold, and Shmuel Gerber
4.2 (120 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Robert's Rules of Order?

Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised (2020) is the 12th and only current authorized edition of the widely accepted standard reference for parliamentary procedure, replacing all previous editions that date to 1876. It outlines principles and guidelines that establish equal rights among members of deliberative and decision-making groups to improve the fairness and efficiency of meetings.

Wer Robert's Rules of Order lesen sollte

  • Anyone looking to lead better meetings
  • People who serve organizations that use Robert’s Rules of Order
  • People with an interest in procedures used by governing bodies

43
Decision-Making Bücher: The Prepared Leader von Erika H. James and Lynn Perry Wooten

The Prepared Leader

Erika H. James and Lynn Perry Wooten
Emerge from Any Crisis More Resilient Than Before
4.4 (258 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Prepared Leader?

The Prepared Leader (2022) is a guidebook for those seeking insights on how to manage and persevere through a crisis. One thing is certain: it won’t be long before another crisis hits. The Prepared Leader shows how you can be ready and successful in weathering the next storm.

Wer The Prepared Leader lesen sollte

  • Group leaders and executives
  • Business owners
  • HR professionals

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Decision-Making Bücher: Both/And Thinking von Wendy K. Smith, Marianne W. Lewis

Both/And Thinking

Wendy K. Smith, Marianne W. Lewis
Embracing Creative Tensions to Solve Your Toughest Problems
3.7 (54 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Both/And Thinking?

Both/And Thinking (2022) offers a new framework for decision-making. With an either/or mindset, your world appears full of complex choices and difficult sacrifices. By adopting a both/and mindset, you can transform tough choices into fruitful opportunities – no sacrifices necessary.

Wer Both/And Thinking lesen sollte

  • Anyone who thinks sacrifice is the only path to finding success
  • Busy professionals struggling to prioritize professional and personal obligations
  • People whose lives are full of complications – but who want to thrive anyway!

45
Decision-Making Bücher: Start, Stay, or Leave von Trey Gowdy

Start, Stay, or Leave

Trey Gowdy
The Art of Decision Making
4.2 (77 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Start, Stay, or Leave?

Start, Stay, or Leave (2023) provides practical advice for individuals at any stage of their career who are seeking guidance on how to make informed and fulfilling career decisions. Doing so relies on the importance of self-awareness, defining one's purpose and values, and creating a clear plan for achieving one's goals. 

Wer Start, Stay, or Leave lesen sollte

  • People looking to start a new career
  • Workaholics trying to adjust their priorities
  • Anyone looking for advice on how to make life’s big decisions

46
Decision-Making Bücher: Why Managers Matter von Nicolai J. Foss & Peter G. Klein

Why Managers Matter

Nicolai J. Foss & Peter G. Klein
The Perils of the Bossless Company
3.5 (178 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Why Managers Matter?

Why Managers Matter (2022) outlines the benefits and drawbacks of different company organizational styles. It explains when and why a company might prefer hierarchies vs. a bossless environment depending on its workflows.

Wer Why Managers Matter lesen sollte

  • Business executives deciding on the best structure for their companies
  • Scholars and leaders comparing hierarchical structures and flat organizations
  • Anyone interested in organizational structure and managerial strategy

47
Decision-Making Bücher: Decision Making and Problem Solving von John Adair

Decision Making and Problem Solving

John Adair
Break Through Barriers and Banish Uncertainty at Work
4.0 (92 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Decision Making and Problem Solving?

Decision Making and Problem Solving (2019) explains decision-making, problem-solving, and creative thinking. It provides instructions for building and improving these skills and explores the importance of these abilities enabling you to expand your practical thinking capacity.

Wer Decision Making and Problem Solving lesen sollte

  • Business leaders who want to improve their teams’ decision-making and problem-solving.
  • Employees seeking to polish their practical thinking skills
  • Anyone interested in elevating their capacity for creative and critical thinking

48
Decision-Making Bücher: The Science of Happily Ever After von Ty Tashiro

The Science of Happily Ever After

Ty Tashiro
What Really Matters in the Quest for Enduring Love
4.3 (50 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Science of Happily Ever After?

The Science of Happily Ever After (2014) digs into the history of mating throughout the history of the human species and answers the question of why some couples live happily ever after and some don’t. Part history and anthropology lesson, part self-help, it offers explanations and advice for anyone seeking love.

Wer The Science of Happily Ever After lesen sollte

  • Love seekers
  • People wondering why it never works out
  • Couples in relationships who want to live happily ever after

49
Decision-Making Bücher: Power vs. Force von David R. Hawkins

Power vs. Force

David R. Hawkins
The Hidden Determinants of Human Behaviour
4.2 (428 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Power vs. Force?

Power vs. Force (2014) explains how anyone can tap into their inner power to change their lives and the lives of those around them. It demonstrates that with consciousness, intention and discernment, anyone can find their truth and follow it toward a more fulfilled and impactful life. 

Wer Power vs. Force lesen sollte

  • People interested in alternative theories about science and humanity
  • Anyone who faces major doubts in their lives
  • Humanity nerds

50
Decision-Making Bücher: Mixed Signals von Uri Gneezy

Mixed Signals

Uri Gneezy
How Incentives Really Work
4.4 (252 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Mixed Signals?

Mixed Signals (2023) sheds light on the power of incentives, drawing on behavioral economics research to explore how various factors like money, social status, and external nudges can influence our choices. It explores how incentives often have complex and counterintuitive effects, offering an understanding of these dynamics to improve decision-making and outcomes.

Wer Mixed Signals lesen sollte

  • People interested in improving their decision-making
  • Business leaders who want to manage people more effectively
  • Anyone looking to better persuade people to take action

51
Decision-Making Bücher: Basic Economics von Thomas Sowell

Basic Economics

Thomas Sowell
A Common Sense Guide to the Economy
4.5 (586 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Basic Economics?

Basic Economics (2000) provides a broad yet comprehensive introduction to economic principles, without requiring a background in the subject. Avoiding complicated jargon, it explains core economic concepts in plain English, with the help of real-life examples. 

Wer Basic Economics lesen sollte

  • Those looking for an introduction to key economic topics
  • Savers wondering what banks do with their money
  • Anyone who’s asked themselves how dams and highways get built

52
Decision-Making Bücher: Fool Proof von Tess Wilkinson-Ryan

Fool Proof

Tess Wilkinson-Ryan
How Fear of Playing the Sucker Shapes Our Selves and the Social Order — And What We Can Do About It
4.3 (27 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Fool Proof?

Fool Proof (2023) explores how the universal human fear of being a sucker contributes to the social order and drives our actions and behaviors. By explaining how the “sucker’s game” permeates so many aspects of our lives, it shows us how we can recognize our fears and keep them from influencing our values and beliefs.

Wer Fool Proof lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in the psychology behind the fear of being a sucker
  • People who want to learn more about how scams affect our lives
  • Fans of psychology and sociology books

53
Decision-Making Bücher: I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was von Barbara Sher with Barbara Smith

I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was

Barbara Sher with Barbara Smith
How to Discover What You Really Want and How to Get It
4.4 (415 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was?

I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was (1994) offers practical guidance to help people figure out what they want in life and how to use that knowledge to go after it. It tackles the most common obstacles to goal-setting with exercises and tactics that help people customize an approach that works best for them.

Wer I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was lesen sollte

  • People who do not know what they want in life
  • High achievers who feel like something is missing
  • Anyone struggling with figuring out their next steps

54
Decision-Making Bücher: The JOLT Effect von Matthew Dixon and Ted McKenna

The JOLT Effect

Matthew Dixon and Ted McKenna
How High Performers Overcome Customer Indecision
4.6 (52 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in The JOLT Effect?

The JOLT Effect (2022) promises to shatter your understanding of sales techniques. Grounded in decades of research, this enlightening guide reveals how tackling customer indecision, not status quo bias, holds the key to sales success.

Wer The JOLT Effect lesen sollte

  • Anyone working in sales
  • Small business owners or entrepreneurs
  • Consumers interested in sales techniques

55
Decision-Making Bücher: Smart Leadership von Mark Miller

Smart Leadership

Mark Miller
Four Simple Choices to Scale Your Impact
4.3 (279 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Smart Leadership?

Smart Leadership (2022) is your guide to making informed decisions that will shape your journey as a high-impact effective leader. It introduces the concept of "Smart Choices," which emphasizes how your decision-making abilities can boost your potential to lead. It provides insights that will not only improve your strategic thinking, but also enable you to create a positive influence, enhance the health of your organization, and contribute to shaping a remarkable personal legacy.

Wer Smart Leadership lesen sollte

  • Rookie leaders looking for guidance on how to boost effectiveness and impact
  • Established leaders who want to breathe new life into their leadership approach 
  • Leadership development professionals seeking ideas to help improve their clients’ leadership skills

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Decision-Making Bücher: How to Measure Anything von Douglas W. Hubbard

How to Measure Anything

Douglas W. Hubbard
Finding the Value of "Intangibles" in Business
4.1 (41 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in How to Measure Anything?

How to Measure Anything (2007) challenges the notion that certain things can’t be measured, arguing instead that with the right tools and perspectives, everything is quantifiable. It provides insightful methodologies and real-world examples to guide readers on how to turn seemingly immeasurable concepts into tangible data, ultimately helping to make more informed decisions.

Wer How to Measure Anything lesen sollte

  • Business executives and entrepreneurs looking to better quantify their company’s intangibles
  • Students studying business or economics
  • Anyone searching for insights on how to enhance their risk assessment techniques

57
Decision-Making Bücher: Your Future Self von Hal Hershfield

Your Future Self

Hal Hershfield
How to Make Tomorrow Better Today
4.3 (497 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Your Future Self?

Your Future Self (2023) is an illuminating journey through the complex world of decision-making, blending the powerful elements of psychology and economics. Offering a unique lens with which to view our long-term choices, it uncovers how the decisions we make today directly shape our future selves.

Wer Your Future Self lesen sollte

  • Self-improvement enthusiasts seeking ways to better themselves 
  • Armchair psychologists intrigued by the process of long-term decision-making
  • Philosophers interested in the nature of self, personal identity, and consciousness

58
Decision-Making Bücher: Sully von Chesley B. Sullenberger III & Jeffrey Zaslow

Sully

Chesley B. Sullenberger III & Jeffrey Zaslow
My Search for What Really Matters
4.5 (144 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Sully?

Sully (2009) chronicles the remarkable life journey of the pilot who landed US Airways Flight 1549 on New York's Hudson River, ensuring the safety of all on board. The memoir sheds light on his unwavering dedication, the significance of readiness, and the profound lessons from his military and aviation careers. Through his experiences, the book emphasizes the enduring values that can guide individuals through times of adversity and uncertainty.

Wer Sully lesen sollte

  • Fans of aviation and heroic true stories
  • Autobiography enthusiasts
  • Readers seeking inspiration in challenging times

59
Decision-Making Bücher: Trading in the Zone von Mark Douglas

Trading in the Zone

Mark Douglas
Master the Market with Confidence, Discipline, and a Winning Attitude
3.9 (201 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Trading in the Zone?

Trading in the Zone (2001) is a deep dive into the psychological aspects of stock trading. It presents a view into a trader's mind, identifying how fear and overconfidence often lead to financial downfall. It also offers a practical framework to manage risk, navigate uncertainties, and develop a winning mindset – enabling anyone to overcome emotional barriers and make more consistent and profitable trades.

Wer Trading in the Zone lesen sollte

  • Aspiring traders eager to learn psychological stock market strategies
  • Financial professionals seeking to refine their decision-making skills
  • Psychology enthusiasts curious about the intersection of psychology and finance

60
Decision-Making Bücher: The Undoing Project von Michael Lewis

The Undoing Project

Michael Lewis
A Friendship That Changed Our Minds
4.0 (226 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Undoing Project?

The Undoing Project (2016) transports you into the intriguing minds of two revolutionary psychologists: Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky. This gripping narrative reveals their journey to reshape our understanding of human decision-making and how unseen biases are influencing us at every turn.

Wer The Undoing Project lesen sollte

  • Psychology enthusiasts fascinated by human decision-making
  • Fans of biographies that explore notable collaborations
  • Students of behavioral economics and cognitive sciences

61
Decision-Making Bücher: It Takes What It Takes von Trevor Moawad with Andy Staples

It Takes What It Takes

Trevor Moawad with Andy Staples
How to Think Neutrally and Gain Control of Your Life
4.3 (287 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in It Takes What It Takes?

It Takes What It Takes (2020) unveils the transformative power of neutral thinking. Dive into real-world examples and practical strategies that teach you to navigate life’s challenges with clarity. Gain control, harness your mindset – and watch your world shift.

Wer It Takes What It Takes lesen sollte

  • Elite athletes seeking mental resilience and performance enhancement
  • Professionals pursuing clarity, focus, and decision-making skills
  • Self-help enthusiasts exploring transformative mindset shifts

62
Decision-Making Bücher: Bank Investing von Suhail Chandy, Weison Ding

Bank Investing

Suhail Chandy, Weison Ding
A Practitioner's Field Guide
4.3 (63 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Bank Investing?

Bank Investing (2021) helps you navigate the intricate maze of bank financial statements with ease. Dive deep into credit analysis, master the dance of regulations and interest rates, and get a front-row seat to the dynamic world of banking mergers and acquisitions. You'll not only be able to decipher bank metrics with flair but harness them to guide your investment choices like a seasoned pro.

Wer Bank Investing lesen sollte

  • Aspiring finance students seeking practical insights
  • New investors exploring bank stocks
  • Financial professionals upskilling on banking

63
Decision-Making Bücher: Cracked it! von Bernard Garrette, Corey Phelps & Olivier Sibony

Cracked it!

Bernard Garrette, Corey Phelps & Olivier Sibony
How to solve big problems and sell solutions like top strategy consultants
4.0 (62 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Cracked it!?

Cracked it! (2018) offers you a toolbox for solving complex problems with speed and precision. Uncover how to apply methods from hypothesis-driven thinking to the Pyramid Principle, ensuring you tackle challenges effectively. Elevate your decision-making skills and become the go-to problem solver in your organization.

Wer Cracked it! lesen sollte

  • MBA students learning problem-solving techniques
  • Business executives seeking actionable strategies
  • Consultants looking to sharpen skills

64
Decision-Making Bücher: Analysis Without Paralysis von Babette E. Bensoussan

Analysis Without Paralysis

Babette E. Bensoussan
10 Tools to Make Better Strategic Decisions
4.1 (193 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Analysis Without Paralysis?

Analysis Without Paralysis is a practical guide to the ten most powerful strategic analysis tools that will help you make better and faster business decisions. It is a simple and straightforward tour through models such as Porter’s Five Forces, PEST, and SWOT, teaching you when and how to utilize these powerful techniques.

Wer Analysis Without Paralysis lesen sollte

  • Managers who want to build a competitive strategy
  • All types of entrepreneurs
  • Business Owners wanting to turn data into information

65
Decision-Making Bücher: The Practice of Adaptive Leadership von Ronald Heifetz, Alexander Grashow & Marty Linsky

The Practice of Adaptive Leadership

Ronald Heifetz, Alexander Grashow & Marty Linsky
Tools and Tactics for Changing Your Organization and the World
3.2 (209 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in The Practice of Adaptive Leadership?

The Practice of Adaptive Leadership (2009) demonstrates how leaders can mobilize people to tackle tough challenges and thrive in the face of harsh realities that demand new skills and responses. It provides a practical framework for diagnosing situations, distinguishing between technical problems and adaptive challenges, and avoiding common leadership pitfalls that come with over-dependence on authority.

Wer The Practice of Adaptive Leadership lesen sollte

  • Developing Leaders
  • Managers interested in mobilizing people 
  • People facing new challenges

66
Decision-Making Bücher: Financial Intelligence for Entrepreneurs von Karen Berman & Joe Knight with John Case

Financial Intelligence for Entrepreneurs

Karen Berman & Joe Knight with John Case
What You Really Need to Know about the Numbers
3.1 (297 Rezensionen)
Einleitung anhören
00:00

Worum geht's in Financial Intelligence for Entrepreneurs?

Financial Intelligence for Entrepreneurs (2008) provides a comprehensive guide to understanding and utilizing financial information effectively, specifically tailored for entrepreneurs, business owners, and managers without a financial background. Through practical insights and real-world examples, it demystifies complex financial terms and empowers nonfinancial professionals to leverage financial intelligence for business success.

Wer Financial Intelligence for Entrepreneurs lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs seeking to navigate the financial landscape of business 
  • Small business owners looking to optimize financial performance and management
  • Investors wanting to understand the ins and outs of financial health

67
Decision-Making Bücher: Ideaflow von Jeremy Utley & Perry Klebahn

Ideaflow

Jeremy Utley & Perry Klebahn
The Only Business Metric That Matters
4.2 (60 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Ideaflow?

Ideaflow (2022) introduces the concept of ideaflow – the rate at which original ideas can be generated – as a key business metric. It also shares practical strategies for optimizing ideaflow at the personal and professional level.

Wer Ideaflow lesen sollte

  • Frustrated creatives who can’t seem to get their ideas flowing
  • Busy professionals who just don’t have time to be creative
  • Founders and CEOs seeking tools to drive corporate innovation

68
Decision-Making Bücher: Clear Thinking von Shane Parrish

Clear Thinking

Shane Parrish
Turning Ordinary Moments into Extraordinary Results
4.0 (251 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Clear Thinking?

Clear Thinking (2023) presents a strategy and tactics to improve your quality of reasoning using a concise synthesis of the insights from thought leaders in business, psychology, neuroscience, and philosophy. It begins with teaching how to discern when critical thought is most important and then to manage the factors that most commonly obscure real problems. It then shares tactics to optimally develop and evaluate possible solutions, choose the best one, and take action.

Wer Clear Thinking lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to improve their quality of thinking for better outcomes in life
  • Business leaders seeking effective decision-making strategies
  • People who want to establish better habits

69
Decision-Making Bücher: The Outsiders von William Thorndike

The Outsiders

William Thorndike
Eight Unconventional CEOs and Their Radically Rational Blueprint for Success
3.6 (63 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in The Outsiders?

The Outsiders (2012) upends conventional notions of what makes a successful CEO. It offers detailed profiles of eight out-of-left-field business leaders and shares key learnings from their groundbreaking, original, and surprising strategies.

Wer The Outsiders lesen sollte

  • Managers and executives looking beyond conventional business wisdom
  • Early career employees with CEO-sized ambitions
  • Anyone looking to inject creativity into their leadership style

70
Decision-Making Bücher: Superforecasting von Philip E. Tetlock & Dan Gardner

Superforecasting

Philip E. Tetlock & Dan Gardner
The Art and Science of Prediction
3.8 (104 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Superforecasting?

Superforecasting (2015) delves into the art and science of predicting the future, highlighting how most individuals, even experts, often falter in their forecasting abilities. Through captivating stories of successes and failures, as well as interviews with high-profile decision-makers, it unveils the secrets behind effective forecasting: a combination of evidence-based thinking, probabilistic reasoning, accountability, and adaptability.

Wer Superforecasting lesen sollte

  • Aspiring decision-makers seeking insight into forecasting techniques
  • Science enthusiasts interested in probability and prediction
  • Amateur forecasters and wannabe superforecasters looking to hone their skills

71
Decision-Making Bücher: Don't Overthink It von Anne Bogel

Don't Overthink It

Anne Bogel
Make Easier Decisions, Stop Second-Guessing, and Bring More Joy to Your Life
4.5 (681 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Don't Overthink It?

Don't Overthink It (2020) unveils the mental entanglements that come with constant rumination, highlighting how overthinking can rob us of time and precious moments. Drawing on her own experience as an overthinker, Anne Bogel provides readers with tangible solutions to break free from the chains of repetitive, negative thought patterns. 

Wer Don't Overthink It lesen sollte

  • Individuals seeking personal growth
  • Avid readers of self-help and personal development
  • Admirers of Anne Bogel's work

72
Decision-Making Bücher: Transitions von William Bridges

Transitions

William Bridges
Making Sense of Life's Changes
4.3 (60 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Transitions?

Transitions (1980) serves as a comprehensive roadmap for managing life's changes, breaking down the process into three pivotal phases: the ending, the neutral zone, and the new beginning. It offers simple yet impactful strategies for navigating each phase effectively.

Wer Transitions lesen sollte

  • Anyone who’s about to initiate a major change in their life
  • Anyone who’s been shaken by a change they didn’t see coming
  • Anyone who wants to support a friend going through major life changes

73
Decision-Making Bücher: Playing to Win von A.G. Lafley & Roger L. Martin

Playing to Win

A.G. Lafley & Roger L. Martin
How Strategy Really Works
3.6 (318 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Playing to Win?

Playing to Win (2013) introduces a strategic framework that illustrates how companies can achieve success by making deliberate and well-considered choices. It delves into the "Five Choices Framework," detailing essential decisions that leaders must make to develop winning strategies. Using real-world examples, it emphasizes that a disciplined approach to strategy can create sustainable competitive advantage and turn companies into industry leaders.

Wer Playing to Win lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs looking to refine their business strategy for market dominance
  • Business students curious about practical strategic frameworks used by leading corporations
  • Start-up founders looking to position their ventures for success in competitive markets

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Decision-Making Bücher: Leadership on the Line von Ronald A. Heifetz & Marty Linsky

Leadership on the Line

Ronald A. Heifetz & Marty Linsky
Staying Alive Through the Dangers of Change
3.5 (22 Rezensionen)
Einleitung anhören
00:00

Worum geht's in Leadership on the Line?

Leadership on the Line (2002) explores the challenges and risks inherent in leadership roles, with a focus on leading through significant and often contentious change. Through numerous examples and metaphors, it offers strategies for leaders to enact meaningful change, practice adaptive leadership, and maintain resilience in any scenario.

Wer Leadership on the Line lesen sollte

  • Managers seeking to implement transformative change within their teams 
  • Emerging leaders looking to develop strategic insights into handling new leadership roles
  • Educators aspiring to instill leadership principles and adaptive problem-solving skills in their students

75
Decision-Making Bücher: Optimal Illusions von Coco Krumme

Optimal Illusions

Coco Krumme
The False Promise of Optimization
3.2 (54 Rezensionen)
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00:00

Worum geht's in Optimal Illusions?

Optimal Illusions (2023) explores the potential pitfalls of over-optimization. Unpacking the consequences of a world obsessed with efficiency, it sheds light on social imbalances, environmental damage, and the unyielding grip of rigid systems. Brace yourself for a paradigm shift as it unveils a new way to optimize – one that balances efficiency with resilience, diversity, and inclusion.

Wer Optimal Illusions lesen sollte

  • Strategists seeking resilience
  • Innovators embracing complexity
  • Leaders prioritizing humanity

76
Decision-Making Bücher: Financial Intelligence von Karen Berman & Joe Knigh with John Case

Financial Intelligence

Karen Berman & Joe Knigh with John Case
A Manager's Guide to Knowing What the Numbers Really Mean
3.8 (222 Rezensionen)
Einleitung anhören
00:00

Worum geht's in Financial Intelligence?

Financial Intelligence (2006) is an indispensable guide for managers seeking to interpret financial data. It’s known to be one of the clearest and most practical resources for decision makers without a background in finance.

Wer Financial Intelligence lesen sollte

  • Managers who need to make numbers-based decisions
  • Entrepreneurs who want to make the numbers work for them
  • Anyone who’s ever stared in confusion at an income statement

77
Decision-Making Bücher: 10 Leadership Virtues for Disruptive Times von Tom Ziglar

10 Leadership Virtues for Disruptive Times

Tom Ziglar
Coaching Your Team Through Immense Change and Challenge
4.6 (10 Rezensionen)
Einleitung anhören
00:00

Worum geht's in 10 Leadership Virtues for Disruptive Times?

10 Leadership Virtues for Disruptive Times (2021) provides a framework for leaders navigating major change, concentrating on core virtues such as kindness, humility, and respect. Ziglar’s insights advocate for a Coach Leadership style that cultivates each team member’s unique dreams and abilities, ensuring that businesses thrive even in difficult times.

Wer 10 Leadership Virtues for Disruptive Times lesen sollte

  • Modern motivators
  • Team-centric visionaries
  • Digital desk directors

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Decision-Making Bücher: Think Twice von Michael J. Mauboussin

Think Twice

Michael J. Mauboussin
Harnessing the Power of Counterintuition
3.8 (159 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Think Twice?

Think Twice (2012) examines the hidden cognitive biases and mental shortcuts that routinely impair our judgment. It also provides concrete steps to counteract ingrained thinking and adopt a clear-eyed approach to making choices.

Wer Think Twice lesen sollte

  • Investors looking to avoid costly cognitive biases
  • Professionals who want to improve their decision-making
  • Students of psychology, economics, and human behavior

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Decision-Making Bücher: Relational Intelligence von Dharius Daniels

Relational Intelligence

Dharius Daniels
The People Skills You Need for the Life of Purpose You Want
3.5 (104 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Relational Intelligence?

Relational Intelligence (2020) is a roadmap to help you navigate the intricacies of human relationships with wisdom. It delves into the art of categorizing, evaluating, and realigning relationships, offering tools and insights for fostering connections that are both meaningful and beneficial. With a touch of humor and a plethora of practical advice, it turns the often daunting task of relationship management into an achievable and even enjoyable endeavor.

Wer Relational Intelligence lesen sollte

  • Individuals who desire deeper relationships
  • Spiritual seekers looking for social harmony
  • Leaders navigating team dynamics

80
Decision-Making Bücher: The Art of Clear Thinking von Hasard Lee

The Art of Clear Thinking

Hasard Lee
A Stealth Fighter Pilot's Timeless Rules for Making Tough Decisions
3.8 (352 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Art of Clear Thinking?

The Art of Clear Thinking (2023) is a practical guide to decision-making as seen through the lens of a US fighter pilot. It introduces readers to the ACE Helix framework employed by those engaged in air combat while prompting you to consider how the underlying principles could be of benefit in your own life. 

Wer The Art of Clear Thinking lesen sollte

  • Key decision-makers in any field
  • Individuals keen to improve their ability to think clearly and critically 
  • People interested in military operations

81
Decision-Making Bücher: Narrative and Numbers von Aswath Damodaran

Narrative and Numbers

Aswath Damodaran
The Value of Stories in Business
3.7 (23 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Narrative and Numbers?

Narrative and Numbers (2017) explores the role of storytelling and quantitative analysis in determining corporate valuations. It reveals how narratives may greatly influence financial models and projections, using real-world examples ranging from Uber to Vale, and including Twitter and Facebook's diverging paths.

Wer Narrative and Numbers lesen sollte

  • Savvy market strategists
  • Story-driven executives
  • Pragmatic finance scholars

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Upside of Uncertainty von Nathan Furr & Susannah Harmon Furr

The Upside of Uncertainty

Nathan Furr & Susannah Harmon Furr
A Guide to Finding Possibility in the Unknown
3.7 (100 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Upside of Uncertainty?

The Upside of Uncertainty (2022) challenges you to transform your approach to the unknown. You're invited to shift from dread to discovery, learning to harness the potential within uncertainty to forge a path rich with innovation and personal growth. You'll emerge more resilient, creative, and ready to turn the unforeseen into opportunity.

Wer The Upside of Uncertainty lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs facing the challenges of new ventures
  • Corporate leaders seeking innovative approaches to change management
  • Personal development enthusiasts embracing growth through life transitions

83
Decision-Making Bücher: Leadership Two Words at a Time von Bill Treasurer

Leadership Two Words at a Time

Bill Treasurer
Simple Truths for Leading Complicated People
4.1 (215 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Leadership Two Words at a Time?

Leadership Two Words at a Time (2022) is a simple, practical guide to leadership. Following two-word instructions such as “create trust,” you can become a better leader – inspiring others and improving your work environment.

Wer Leadership Two Words at a Time lesen sollte

  • New leaders
  • Experienced leaders who want to learn something new
  • Anyone who wants to make their workplace a better place

84
Decision-Making Bücher: Decisions about Decisions von Cass R. Sunstein

Decisions about Decisions

Cass R. Sunstein
Practical Reason in Ordinary Life
4.0 (263 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Decisions about Decisions?

Decisions About Decisions (2023) digs into the delicate process of how people make decisions big and small. It reveals the emotional and cognitive mechanisms hidden beneath decision-making methods and the effects of various strategies, showing how our judgments impact our ideas, values, and behaviors.

Wer Decisions about Decisions lesen sollte

  • Strategic leaders
  • Curious self-improvers
  • People interested in behavioral economics

85
Decision-Making Bücher: Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense von Jeffrey Pfeffer & Robert I. Sutton

Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense

Jeffrey Pfeffer & Robert I. Sutton
Profiting from Evidence-based Management
3.5 (128 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense?

Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense (2006) is a critical examination of how business decisions are often made based on flawed reasoning and unsupported beliefs. It advocates for evidence-based management, emphasizing the importance of relying on facts and rigorous analysis rather than popular yet unsubstantiated management practices. 

Wer Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense lesen sollte

  • Business leaders seeking data-driven decision-making methods
  • Managers challenging conventional wisdom in business
  • Professionals interested in evidence-based management practices

86
Decision-Making Bücher: How to Win at Chess von Levy Rozman

How to Win at Chess

Levy Rozman
The Ultimate Guide for Beginners and Beyond
3.7 (35 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in How to Win at Chess?

How to Win at Chess (2021) is a comprehensive beginner-oriented guide to the ancient game of chess. Packed with insights into openings, endings, tactics, and strategy, it provides a clear, structured path for players to get to grips with the fundamentals of the game, and build on their skills.

Wer How to Win at Chess lesen sollte

  • Beginners wanting to learn fundamental chess strategies
  • Chess players aiming to improve their tactics and gameplay
  • Fans of GothamChess’s YouTube channel

87
Decision-Making Bücher: The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook von Charles H. Green & Andrea P. Howe

The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook

Charles H. Green & Andrea P. Howe
A Comprehensive Toolkit for Leading with Trust
4.0 (21 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook?

The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook (2011) is a guide to building and maintaining robust professional relationships. Filled with actionable insights and real-world examples, it equips you with strategies to enhance your credibility, deepen trust with clients and colleagues, and master the art of empathetic communication. Whether you're navigating complex partnerships or seeking to build rapport quickly, this resource is your roadmap to becoming an indispensable advisor in your field.

Wer The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook lesen sollte

  • Business consultants seeking enhanced client relationship strategies
  • Sales professionals aiming to build deeper trust with clients
  • Corporate leaders focused on fostering a culture of trust

88
Decision-Making Bücher: Managing Transitions von William Bridges & Susan Bridges

Managing Transitions

William Bridges & Susan Bridges
Making the Most of Change
3.8 (109 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Managing Transitions?

Managing Transitions (1991) delves into the critical difference between change and transition, emphasizing that successful change hinges on managing the psychological transitions of those involved. It offers practical strategies for helping people adapt to change, underscoring the importance of understanding and addressing the human side of transition to ensure organizational success.

Wer Managing Transitions lesen sollte

  • Business owners and managers preparing for a change
  • Business leaders with a big plan for the future 
  • Anyone facing resistance to organizational change

89
Decision-Making Bücher: The Complete Eldercare Planner von Joy Loverde

The Complete Eldercare Planner

Joy Loverde
Where to Start, Which Questions to Ask, and How to Find Help
4.0 (2 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Complete Eldercare Planner?

The Complete Eldercare Planner (2009) is a widely trusted guide that offers extensive information and advice for family caregivers and professionals involved in eldercare. It covers essential topics such as prioritizing and organizing caregiving tasks, balancing work and family responsibilities, and navigating the complex maze of eldercare services. The guide is known for its comprehensive, sensitive, and practical approach to managing the challenges of caring for elderly individuals.

Wer The Complete Eldercare Planner lesen sollte

  • Family caregivers of elderly relatives
  • Healthcare professionals specializing in geriatric care
  • Adults planning for their own aging

90
Decision-Making Bücher: Don't Believe Everything You Think von Joseph Nguyen

Don't Believe Everything You Think

Joseph Nguyen
Why Your Thinking is the Beginning & End of Suffering
4.5 (161 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Don't Believe Everything You Think?

Don’t Believe Everything You Think (2022) is a guide to overcoming anxiety, self-doubt, and self-sabotage. Rejecting feel-good clichés about motivation and willpower, it draws on timeless Buddhist wisdom to demonstrate how thinking entangles us in a life of suffering – and how we can free ourselves from that trap. 

Wer Don't Believe Everything You Think lesen sollte

  • Overthinkers and self-sabotagers
  • Anyone interested in Buddhist perspectives on pain and suffering
  • Spiritual seekers and explorers  

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Decision-Making Bücher: The Intelligence Trap von David Robson

The Intelligence Trap

David Robson
Why Smart People Make Dumb Mistakes
3.6 (101 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Intelligence Trap?

The Intelligence Trap (2019) presents a compelling argument that high intelligence does not always equate to good thinking. In fact, intelligence can lead to significant mistakes, and intelligent people can fall into the trap of simplistic reasoning. As a solution, it offers strategies to cultivate wisdom and make better decisions, stressing the importance of intellectual humility, critical thinking, and the ability to learn from mistakes. 

Wer The Intelligence Trap lesen sollte

  • Educators and academics
  • Students and lifelong learners
  • Anyone interested in self-improvement

92
Decision-Making Bücher: Leading Through Inflation von Ram Charan & Geri Willigan

Leading Through Inflation

Ram Charan & Geri Willigan
And Recession and Stagflation
3.9 (92 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Leading Through Inflation?

Leading Through Inflation (2022) explores the significant impact of inflation on businesses, emphasizing its role in consuming cash, squeezing margins, and disrupting forecasts and plans. It provides practical guidance and strategies for CEOs and executives to navigate these challenges, offering advice on how to thrive in an inflationary business environment.

Wer Leading Through Inflation lesen sollte

  • CEOs and senior business executives
  • Small business owners and entrepreneurs
  • Business School Students and Professors

93
Decision-Making Bücher: Positive Chaos von Dan Thurmon

Positive Chaos

Dan Thurmon
Transform Crisis Into Clarity and Advantage
3.8 (29 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Positive Chaos?

Positive Chaos (2023) delves into the complexities and paradoxical benefits of chaos. Drawing on groundbreaking research, it shows how to transform chaos from a disruptive force into a catalyst for personal development.

Wer Positive Chaos lesen sollte

  • Individuals seeking strategies to thrive in chaotic environments
  • Leaders aiming to enhance their skills in unpredictable times
  • Professionals interested in personal and workplace growth

94
Decision-Making Bücher: The Courageous Follower von Ira Chaleff

The Courageous Follower

Ira Chaleff
Standing Up to & for Our Leaders
4.0 (2 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Courageous Follower?

The Courageous Follower (2009) is a guide on the role of followers in their relationships with leaders, which emphasizes the importance of mutual respect and the courage to stand for the greater good. It presents a model for followership that includes taking responsibility, challenging authority constructively, and participating actively in the success of the organization – transforming traditional perceptions of followership. 

Wer The Courageous Follower lesen sollte

  • Individuals interested in leadership and organizational behavior dynamics
  • Followers looking to increase their influence and constructive engagement
  • Leaders seeking to foster a culture of mutual respect

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Decision-Making Bücher: A New Way To Think von Roger L. Martin

A New Way To Think

Roger L. Martin
Your Guide to Superior Management Effectiveness
3.3 (3 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in A New Way To Think?

A New Way To Think (2011) presents a paradigm shift, arguing that companies could achieve sustainable success and shareholder returns by prioritizing customer satisfaction over the traditional focus on maximizing shareholder value.

Wer A New Way To Think lesen sollte

  • Business leaders
  • Shareholders
  • Customer experience advocates

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