BOOKS: Three of a kind how to decide and rule

BOOKS: Three of a kind how to decide and rule - Making Decisions; Robert Heller; Dorling Kindersley; pounds 4.99

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Making Decisions; Robert Heller; Dorling Kindersley; pounds 4.99

Clearly structured, with straightforward advice for novices and seasoned decision-makers alike. The book offers 101 essential tips and a self-assessment section to check your own decision-making abilities. The colourful illustrations make it even more readable. Punchy and reassuring. ***

Decision, Ros Jay, Prentice Hall, pounds 7.99

A pacy look at decision-making, including an interesting section on thinking more creatively so as to generate more options. Good for those who need to make important decisions in a hurry. **

How to be a Better Decision-maker; Alan Barker; Kogan Page; pounds 8.99

A careful approach to making decisions, with chapters devoted to considering, consulting and committing. Case studies and diagrams are provided, and the book combines meticulous preparation with a more intuitive approach to the subject. Good for those unsure about where to begin. **

*** best of its kind

** could be useful

* of minor interest

none: avoid.

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