GC4017 High-performance Decision Practices

This advanced course helps the student to master social, psychological, and organizational aspects of successful decision making.  The focus is on principles and processes that facilitate effective decision making and support collaborative relations among stakeholders.  Students learn and apply these principles at the individual, group, and inter-group levels, experimenting with distinct approaches to decision making and analyzing the usefulness of each approach.  The course addresses creativity and brainstorming, cognitive biases and mitigation strategies, ethics in ambiguous situations, group decision dynamics, approaches to improve group decision making, stakeholder analysis, judgment under uncertainty, and development of cooperative solutions.

Cross Listed Courses

Cross-listed with MN4017

Prerequisite

none

Lecture Hours

3

Quarter Offered

  • As Required