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Più rischi e meno razionalità nelle scelte degli anziani - Le Scienze

Più rischi e meno razionalità nelle scelte degli anziani - Le Scienze | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
Negli anziani diminuisce la capacità di valutare correttamente i rischi e di prendere decisioni razionali: a stabilirlo è un nuovo studio sperimentale su 135 soggetti di tutte le età coinvolti in simulazioni in cui occorreva scegliere tra un...
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Decision making

Within this Presentation Will help you to improve the basic understanding about Decision Making Process as well as to help the Group for Making Decision.
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A Great Leader Makes Imperfect Decisions

A Great Leader Makes Imperfect Decisions | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
“ A Great Leader Makes Imperfect Decisions. That can be hard to admit. You want every decision or choice to be the right one, to be perfect. As a leader, it is rare to have all the information necess...”
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How to Use Mind Maps to Unleash Your Brain's Creativity and Potential

How to Use Mind Maps to Unleash Your Brain's Creativity and Potential | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
Mind mapping is one of the best ways to capture your thoughts and bring them to life in visual form. Beyond just note-taking, though, mind maps can help you become more creative, remember more, and solve problems more effectively. Whether you're new to mind maps or just want a refresher, here's all you need to know about this technique.
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Metodo per prendere decisioni importanti

Metodo per prendere decisioni importanti | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
"Come prendere decisioni importanti...con una bussola"
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Manager e imprenditori, come prendono le decisioni

Manager e imprenditori, come prendono le decisioni | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
“ Gli imprenditori prendono decisioni valutandone gli effetti più dei manager: una ricerca Bocconi-SanRaffaele sul decision making.”
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Shared Decision Making Tools Engage Consumers for Better Outcomes and a Better Experience - Consumer eHealth Engagement - ConsumerEHealthEngagement

Shared Decision Making Tools Engage Consumers for Better Outcomes and a Better Experience - Consumer eHealth Engagement - ConsumerEHealthEngagement | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
While evaluating technologies for my panel on “Evolving Web & Mobile Tools to Engage Consumers in the Shared Decision Process”, I identified how three key drivers of consumer engagement are being utilized:
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Decision-Making Tools (6 Thinking Hats)

Decision-Making Tools (6 Thinking Hats) | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
“This article explains six thinking hats, a decision making tool that helps you improve your decision making by looking at the decision from a range of different perspectives.”
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[Outils] Various Tools and Methods for Problem Solving and Decision Making | Managementhelp.org

[Outils] Various Tools and Methods for Problem Solving and Decision Making | Managementhelp.org | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
(Many people would agree that the following methods and tools are also for decision-making.) >Consensus Decision Making >Cost Benefit Analysis (for deciding based on costs) >De Bono Hats (for looking at a situation from many perspectives >Decision Trees (for clarifying and depicting which alternative are derived from which) >Delphi Decision Making (to collect the views of experts and distill expert-based solutions) >Dialectic Decision Making (rigorous action planning via examining opposite points of view) >Fishbone Diagram -- 5 Steps to build Fishbone Diagram >Fishbowls (for groups to learn by watching modeled behaviors) >Force-Field Analysis (for identifying opposing forces) >Grid Analysis (for choosing among many choices) >Pareto Principle (for finding the options that will make the most difference -- (20/80 rule") >Polarity Map (for "solving" seemingly unsolvable contradictions) >Rational Decision Making >Storyboarding (for creative group decision making) >SWOT Analysis (to analyze from strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) >Voting >Work Breakdown Structure (for organizing and relating many details)
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Decisions: Roles of Intuition and Cognition

Decisions: Roles of Intuition and Cognition | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
In terms of the decision-making process, intuition occurs before cognition. The important practical implication of this process is this: if we don’t grasp the underlying emotions and how intuition is driving a decision or action, then we really don’t understand it. Thus, behind every single decision or action, there will be an emotion or a collection of emotions driving it. An excellent illustrator of the connection between intuition and cognition is radar. Let the appearance of something on radar represent intuition and the actual sighting of it be cognition. The key implication of this metaphor is that intuition comes before cognition in our entire decision-making process. The movement of something from radar to an actual sighting represents the movement of feelings into thoughts and finally into decisions and actions. The diagram to the right expresses this relationship. Moving from left to right, intuition processes our emotions which are typically a collection of feelings. Our emotions create our desires, wants and needs. Through these intuition gives our cognition direction. This direction allows cognition to create thoughts. Using techniques such as reason and logic, through cognition a collection of thoughts coalesce into a rationale. These rationales form the expressible, concrete foundation of our decisions and actions. In short, this decision-making process transforms our vague, generalized emotions into concrete decisions and actions. An excellent metaphor is the igniting of gasoline. Without the concrete form of an engine and car, this event is a potentially harmful explosion. With that form, the event becomes a transformative tool in our lives. Similarly, without the techniques and tools to express ourselves, our emotions lack a practicality that will allow us to enhance our lives. In some cases, they might even harm ourselves and others....
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Divergent Thinking | Creative Gibberish

Divergent Thinking | Creative Gibberish | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
Divergent thinking – more than a mere tool – is a technique very commonly used on creative activities because it allows us to expand our brains a little bit, by looking for new opportunities and ways of getting things done.
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Decision making

This chapter 6 of Management by Stephen Robbins 10th edition book. This presentation focuses on the basic concepts of decision making.
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Come definire i propri obiettivi: 14 caratteristiche necessarie

Come definire i propri obiettivi: 14 caratteristiche necessarie | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
Normalmente gli obiettivi sono fissati in qualche angolo della nostra mente. Nel marketing personale e professionale, però, è necessario ed opportuno fissarli per iscritto nel nostro piano per poterli definire e chiarire e successivamente misurare e verificare, anche perchè, come si dice in modo erudito: verba volant, scripta manent.
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Creativity At Work: 6 Ways To Encourage Innovative Ideas

Creativity At Work: 6 Ways To Encourage Innovative Ideas | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
“ Companies often kill creative ideas -- but the research of Harvard's Teresa Amabile has come up with six ways we can encourage creativity at work.”
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Bilingui, più rapidi ed efficienti nel prendere decisioni critiche

Bilingui, più rapidi ed efficienti nel prendere decisioni critiche | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
“ Una ricerca del San Raffaele sostiene che il cervello di chi parla due lingue riesce a scegliere in situazioni conflittuali in modo più veloce e con meno sforzo, rispetto a chi ne usa una sola.”
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Governance and Decision-making tools | Comparison tables - SocialCompare

Governance and Decision-making tools | Comparison tables - SocialCompare | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
Compare Dynamic Alignment vs Holacracy vs Consensus vs Clerking vs Sociocracy... as community decision making tools/
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Group Decision Making Tools | Powernoodle | Collaboration Software | Brainstorming

Group Decision Making Tools | Powernoodle | Collaboration Software | Brainstorming | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it
“ Powernoodle is an online reward based collaboration tool for people to freely give input, methodically choose the best ideas and advance ideas into an Action Plan. Anonymous, with sophisticated filtering, for any group to reach consensus.”
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Why Leaders' Thinking Is Often Wrong

Why Leaders' Thinking Is Often Wrong | Prendere decisioni | Scoop.it

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