How Great Decisions Get Made: 10 Easy Steps for Reaching Agreement on Even the Toughest Issues Don Maruska is available to download
|How Great Decisions Get Made: 10 Easy Steps for Reaching Agreement on Even the Toughest Issues|
|Type: ||eBook |
|Released: ||2003 |
|Publisher: ||AMACOM |
|Page Count: ||208 |
|Format: ||chm |
|Language: ||English |
|ISBN-10: ||0814407935 |
"A MUST READ" -- James A.How Great Decisions Get ...
Textbook Barry, Jr.CFPÂ®, international financial advisor, author and PBS television host of Jim Barry's Financial Success"A blessing for anyone who hates meetings (who doesn't)- the art of team decision making" -- BookPage"Don Maruska's book offers a refreshing perspective and an important process that people urgently need." -- John Steinhart, Silicon Valley management consultant and former director of the Stanford Sloan Program for Executives"Don Maruska's insights and practical guidance helped our business through a critical transition phase." -- Lauren Brown, President, Promega Biosciences, Inc. and 2003 Socially Responsible Entrepreneur Award Winner"The ten-step process works!This approach is building lasting value for our organization,the resources we manage, and the public we serve." -- Mike Pool, California State Director, U.S. Bureau of Land Management"This book is full of keen insights and practical techniques to bring out the best in people and get results." -- Steve Westly, California State Controller and former Senior V.P., eBay"This is a book that you will go back to again and again." -- Michael Ray, author of Creativity in Business and professor emeritus, Stanford Business School"This is a must-have tutorial for any business seeking methods to create and sustain high performance teamwork." -- Bill Hall, Exec. V.P., Duke Power"You're about to engage in a wonderful discovery ... feels like for people to work together to find true solutions." -- From the Foreword by Margaret J. Wheatley, author of Leadership and the New ScienceDon has demonstrated effectiveness of his 10-step process in televised sessions with elected officials and diverse groups gaining important breakthroughs. -- Richard Armfield, KSBY TV, an NBC affiliate
BookPage: "A blessing for anyone who hates meetings (who doesn’t), How Great Decisions Get Made has simplified one of the biggest managerial challenges --the art of team decision making."