The Decision Book by Mikael Krogerus and Roman Tschappeler (Hardcover)
As I flipped through it, it was easy to see that it was designed to surround you with as many - in this case, 50 - different models of processing and understanding decisions. Each of the 50 models is about two pages long, and almost all of them are graphically illustrated. The authors make the point that most of them are designed to be expressed by drawing them out live, alone or with others, instead of in a more formal way. There is also a section at the end of the book with two drawing lessons, to help the reader apply what's read into a graphic understanding.
The book is divided into four sections strategic, decision-making models:
1. How To Improve Yourself
2. How To Understand Yourself Better
3. How To Understand Others Better
4. How To Improve Others
I read it through in a day, and I am eager to begin sketching out the models, especially with others. This is one of those books that appears to be very simple, and as soon as you get even a bit into it, reveals itself to be profound in its applicational simplicity.
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