Decision Making: Who Should Be Involved?

Effective decisions require clear thinking about information, commitment, and potential conflict. That means clear thinking requires careful consideration about who should be involved in making the decision. Involving the right people is critical.

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Clear Thinking: the last true competitive advantage

Kepner-Tregoe CEO, Ray Baxter, discusses Clear Thinking, the advantages of creating a Thinking Organization, and the relaunch of our website,

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Clear Thinking Survey Results

To validate our understanding of Clear Thinking in today’s business environment we developed a survey to validate our hypothesis that there was a lot of room for improvement. This was confirmed by the results.

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