Organizational Decision Making:
This Handbook comprehensively surveys theory and research on organizational decision-making, broadly conceived. Emphasizing psychological perspectives, while encompassing the insights of economics, political science, and sociology, it provides coverage a
Oxford Handbook of Organizational Decision Making:
Strategic Decision-making in Organizational Performance:A Quantitative Study of Employee Inclusiveness Dr. Cheryl Lentz
In Global Risk Agility and Decision Making , Daniel Wagner and Dante Disparte, two leading authorities in global risk management, make a compelling case for the need to bring traditional approaches to risk management and decision making into the twenty-first century. Based on their own deep and multi-faceted experience in risk management across numerous firms in dozens of countries, the authors call for a greater sense of urgency from corporate boards, decision makers, line managers, policymakers, and risk practitioners to address and resolve the plethora of challenges facing todays private and public sector organizations. Set against the era of manmade risk , where transnational terrorism, cyber risk, and climate change are making traditional risk models increasingly obsolete, they argue that remaining passively on the side-lines of the global economy is dangerous, and that understanding and actively engaging the world is central to achieving risk agility. Their definition of risk agility taps into the survival and risk-taking instincts of the entrepreneur while establishing an organizational imperative focused on collective survival. The agile risk manager is part sociologist, anthropologist, psychologist, and quant. Risk agility implies not treating risk as a cost of doing business, but as a catalyst for growth. Wagner and Disparte bring the concept of risk agility to life through a series of case studies that cut across industries, countries and the public and private sectors. The rich, real-world examples underscore how once mighty organizations can be brought to their knees-and even their demise by simple miscalculations or a failure to just do the right thing. The reader is offered deep insights into specific risk domains that are shaping our world, including terrorism, cyber risk, climate change, and economic resource nationalism, as well as a frame of reference from which to think about risk management and decision making in our increasingly complicated world. This easily digestible book will shed new light on the often complex discipline of risk management. Readers will learn how risk management is being transformed from a business prevention function to a values-based framework for thriving in increasingly perilous times. From tackling governance structures and the tone at the top to advocating for greater transparency and adherence to value systems, this book will establish a new generation of risk leader, with clarion voices calling for greater risk agility. The rise of agile decision makers coincides with greater resilience and responsiveness in the era of manmade risk. Daniel Wagner is CEO of Country Risk Solutions-a cross-border risk advisory firm based in Connecticut (USA). Daniel has been a cross-border risk management professional in the private and public sectors since 1988, having worked for (among others) AIG, GE, the Asian Development Bank, and World Bank Group. He is considered an authority on country risk analysis. Having published more than 500 articles on risk management and current affairs, Daniel is a regular contributor to The National Interest, South China Morning Post, and Huffington Post, and many others. He holds masters degrees in International Relations from the University of Chicago and in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird) in Phoenix. Daniel received his bachelors degree in Political Science from Richmond College in London. His two previous books were Political Risk Insurance Guide and Managing Country Risk . He has traveled in more than 80 countries around the world. Dante Disparte is an entrepreneur, business leader, and global risk expert. He is the founder of CEO of Risk Cooperative, an innovative strategy and risk advisory firm based in Washington, DC. Dante serves on the board of the American Security Project, where he chairs the Business Council. He is a frequent speaker and commentator on business and political issues shaping the world. From entrepreneurship, where he was invited by the White House to speak at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Kenya, to risk, economic competitiveness, and security issues, Dantes wide ranging views are regularly featured in leading publications. A graduate of Harvard Business School, where he chairs the DC alumni association and sits on the global alumni board, Dante also holds an MSc in Risk Management from the NYU Stern School of Business and a BA in International and
Illustrates how decision-making in organizations has to go beyond economic criteria and the individual level, due to the impossibility of making decisions that do not affect other human beings. The author reviews the conventional analyses of decision-making that do not take into account how decisions affect others and suggests an alternate model.
Illustrates how decision-making in organizations has to go beyond economic criteria and the individual level, due to the impossibility of making decisions that do not affect other human beings. The author reviews the conventional analyses of decision-maki
Decision-Making in an Organizational Context:Beyond Economic Criteria. Auflage 2013 J. Rosanas
Decision Making in an Organizational Learning Context:A Case Study Mary Ann P.
Based on the argument that decision-making is the critical key to survival in the future, this book contends that we need to increase our understanding of organisational decision-making in general and ethical decision-making in particular.