Judgment Calls (Chinese)

Judgment Calls (Chinese)

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Davenport, Thomas H. | Manville, Brook Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation, 2012
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Traditionally, organizations depended on one leader to make high-stakes decisions that ultimately affected their successes. Organizations are now making decisions through collective judgment. Companies are recognizing that the margin of error is reduced when there are several people working together to achieve a common goal, making good decisions that will ultimately lead to successful outcomes. This collective type of decision making is called "good organizational judgment"--the development of ideas through a shared decision-making process rather than a process based on individual analysis and review. This shared perspective cultivates an environment in which business acumen and problem solving can flourish. In Judgment Calls, authors Thomas Davenport and Brook Manville tell the stories of twelve companies that use organizational judgment in their decision-making processes and ultimately produce fruitful results.