by former President George W. Bush
About the Reference
Decision Points by former U.S. President George W. Bush explores his decision-making and thought process when dealing with the major issues challenging his administration. Regardless of whether the reader fundamentally agrees with President Bush’s decisions, this book illustrates the many organizational, political, and social pressures that shape the decision-making processes as well as the use of multidiscipline teams, devil’s advocates, and redundant information sources. President Bush also highlights the many lessons learned through each of the complex decisions presented; what made aspects of each decision and its implementation successful and what could have been done better.
Benefits of Using this Reference
Complex decisions are never easy to make and no decision will ever please everyone. Decision Points provides an in-depth look at several of the decisions that are both familiar and shape our world today. StrategyDriven Contributors like Decision Points because President Bush’s candid reflection on his decision-making process and how he would improve on his decisions if he had the opportunity to remake them provides readers with incredibly insightful lessons learned that they can apply to their decision-making process. Additionally, many of the decision-making best practice recommendations found on the StrategyDriven website compliment those found in Decision Points; making this book a StrategyDriven recommended read.
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