The Decision Book: Fifty Models for Strategic Thinking by Roman Tschäppeler and Mikael Krogerus is a business book advising people on how to make the right choices in their lives. Based on some of the top decision-making models that are used on MBA courses and also elsewhere, the book provides answers to some common questions like how can a person get what he wants, work efficiently and live happily. Published by Profile Books on 1st January, 2011; the book is available in the English language.
Roman Tschäppeler, the author of The Decision Book is also the founder and CEO of Guzo, which is a communication agency in Biel, Switzerland. His collaborator on this book, Mikael Krogerus, was a freelance writer for Swiss and German magazines and newspapers. Later, he was a staff writer for a leading newspaper of Switzerland, Neue Zurcher Zeitung, where he worked for five years. His vast knowledge in writing is reflected in this book, which became the 6th bestselling business book in the year 2011.
Compact and stylish, The Decision Book: Fifty Models for Strategic Thinking offers a unique guide to simplify your problems and enables you take decisions confidently. The book delves deep into various well and not so well known models of decision making, like the Eisenhower Matrix for time management, the Rubber Band Model for problems with multiple possible solutions, as well as others like the Black Swan Model and the Swiss Cheese Model. By the time readers reach the end of the book they will be inspired to achieve all that they have dreamt about in life with the use of these renowned decision-making models.
The set of models for strategic thinking as explained in the book are widely accepted by readers and are routinely used by business majors, MBAs and even large corporations. The book is meant to be an eye-opener and also provide a broader perspective on how to look at problems from various angles. This is a 176 page hardcover book, which can be ordered from various shopping sites in India. The ISBN 10 of the book is 1846683955 and ISBN 13 is 9781846683954.