Explore the underlying psychological, physiological, and sociological dynamics of making decisions in complex organizations. Learn how to match issues with best-fit tools to expand your capacity for making informed decisions that drive stronger outcomes.
BUILD SUCCESS ONE DECISION AT A TIME
Course LengthDecember 16-17, 2019 at Goizueta Business School
Typical Class SizeFor organizational decision makers and those wishing to expand their influence
Course InvestmentBreakfast and lunch included
HOW IT WORKS
This two-day course is for professionals looking to drive strategic decision making within their organizations. You’ll examine the process from multiple perspectives and learn to apply various analytical tools to make your own decisions and influence decisions being made by others. This course applies to the C-Suite Certificate with concentrations in Change Management, Business Analytics, and Strategy and qualifies as an elective for the C-Suite, Leadership, and Advanced Certificates.
Analysis TechniquesLearn how decisions are made in multi-layered organizations and develop analysis techniques that help to optimize the decision-making process.
ObjectivityConsider issues from multiple perspectives, understand and overcome bias – conscious and unconscious – and learn to balance objective and subjective information to make more effective decisions.
Tools and FrameworkBuild new tools and frameworks that allow you to guide decision making and ensure decisions support the overall organizational strategy.
MAKE THE RIGHT CALL
Learn to drive better outcomes with decision-making tools, including: stakeholder analysis, influence without authority, interests vs. position, and organizational problem solving. Understand and expand your role in the decision-making process and start producing better results right away.
STEP UP YOUR SKILLS
Building Confident Leaders
Michael Sacks is Emory’s vice provost for University Strategies and academic director for the Woodruff Leadership Academy in Emory’s Woodruff Health Sciences Center. He is committed to executive education and teaches organizational behavior, strategy, and leadership in our business programs. His research explores how entrepreneurs use social capital to negotiate economic opportunities.