Flawed Assumptions: Where your business thinking goes wrong
17 October, 2013 | (01 hr)
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Every day, executives make errors in judgment and assessment; some of those mistakes are annoying, others catastrophic. And most are avoidable. Michael E. Raynor, author of The Innovator’s Manifesto and The Strategy Paradox and co-author of The Three Rules: How Exceptional Companies Think, makes plain the importance of pausing to think before making decisions. Executives often see management theory as academic, removed from and even irrelevant to their workday, but Raynor clearly explains why challenging one’s own ways of thinking is key to better decision-making. As the title of his regular TCB Review column implies, his mission is converting theory into practice.
Audience: Managers and senior executives
Michael E. Raynor
Michael E. Raynor is a director with Deloitte Services LP and author of The Strategy Paradox and co-author of The Innovator's Manifesto and, most recently, The Three Rules: How Exceptional Companies Think.... Full Bio
Vadim Liberman is senior editor at TCB Review, the thought-leader magazine of The Conference Board, where he explores ideas and opinions related to business management in provocative ways that challenge conventional wisdom. He may not alw... Full Bio