“The art and science of strategic decision making” is the focus of London Business School’s Decision Making for Leaders open program this July 2011. The program previously went by the name Strategic Decision Making, but was updated to ensure it is even more relevant to today’s business leaders and adopted this new name too.
Designed for senior managers and taking place over two days, previous participants have included the Head of B2B Marketing and Financial Publishing at Financial Times, Catherine Jacklin. “The proof of the effectiveness of the program is how I’m handling myself and managing different projects,” she says. “The program has helped me to spot bad decisions quicker. I can now confidently challenge poor decision making and help my team.”
The teaching faculty includes Professor Zeger Degraeve, who is also the Dean of the Executive MBA at London Business School. Speaking about the program, Degraeve says that participant will gain “an in-depth knowledge of the psychology behind why [they] make certain decisions, uniquely combined with understanding how [they] should make decisions, enabling [them] to successfully lead [their] organization through stressful times.”
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