X
GO

Five Mistakes Every Decision Maker Needs to Avoid

July 26, 2017

Presented by a collaboration of the SDG Decision Education Center and our academic partner, Texas Executive Education

  • DESCRIPTION
  • SPEAKERS
  • SPONSOR

Anchoring on the past, rather than focusing on the future. Placing too much faith on our intuition, even in simple situations. Many of us struggle with these mistakes when making important decisions. This webinar will highlight five pitfalls decision makers need to avoid in producing clarity about their best choices.


Hannah Winter, an expert in decision making under conditions of complexity, will discuss the fundamental framework for a good decision, as well as Decision Quality's foundational concepts, unique approach, and thinking tools. Attendees will be provided a series of validated takeaways, all focused on increasing value and minimizing risk through improved decisions.


Hannah Winter
Hannah Winter is a partner, strategy consultant, and educator with SDG, where she leads the firm’s executive education program and oversees the firm's university partnerships offering the Strategic Decision and Risk Management certificate program for mid-career professionals. She is a coauthor of Decision Quality: Value Creation from Better Business Decisions (Wiley, 2016).

This webinar is brought to you by a collaboration with SDG's academic partner, Texas Executive Education at The University of Texas at Austin. Since 1955, Texas Executive Education has been providing businesses and professionals with the resources to lead, think strategically and manage change through its innovative, interactive and impactful programs.

Texas Executive Education is SDG's university partner in the Strategic Decision and Risk Management Certificate Program, a post-graduate curriculum for mid-career professionals that combines the academic and research depth of UT Austin's McCombs School of Business with SDG's real-world consulting experience. For more information on earning a certificate, visit SDRM at Texas Executive Education.

Cookies

We use cookies on our site to improve your experience and to understand how visitors use our site. Please select “I Agree” to consent to cookies. Learn more about the cookies we use at our Cookie and Privacy Policy