10 principles on how to make business decisions and avoid sinking

February 2012 


In your workplace, have you ever been:

  • Faced with a difficult decision and felt isolated in that decision-making process, with nobody to advise you?
  • Influenced to change a decision, against your better judgement?
  • Placed in a situation where you felt discriminated against, manipulated, or felt your career development threatened by your peers?

If you have experienced any of these situations, you will know how serious they are, and that the outcome can have grave consequences.

This forum will provide you with insights on how to deal with these situations, how to lead your professional life, and how to manage your business relationships. You will benefit from the experience and insights of other participants, and clarify for yourself what values influence your decisions.

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Management Forum details

Led by: Dr Miguel Ángel Ariño, Professor of Managerial Decision Sciences at IESE, rated the number one business school in Europe
Format: Moderated case study & interactive lecture
For: Managers (preferably in their late 20s to late 30s)
Organised by: Lismullin Leadership Forum

Forum Moderator

LLF12-02-MAArinoDr Miguel Ángel Ariño is professor and head of the Managerial Decision Sciences Department at IESE Business School. He received his PhD in Mathematics from the Universitat de Barcelona, and has taught at the Universitat de Barcelona, the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, and the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid.

He has been a Visiting Scholar at the MIT Sloan School of Management and other North American universities, and also at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai.

He has published widely and is the author with Pablo Maella of the recent book Iceberg a la vista: Principios para tomar decisiones sin hundirse (Iceberg in Sight: Principles on how to make decisions without sinking).

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