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How do you make sound decisions in today’s context of uncertainty and ambiguity? How can you quickly adapt approaches based on circumstances and new information? In a complex global environment, leaders need to consider multiple perspectives simultaneously and avoid paralysis by analysis.
This course provides insights on how to adapt to and work effectively within dynamic change, see possibilities that lead to breakthrough concepts, and employ models of decision making appropriate to the situation at hand.
This course is part of the Executive Pathways series and is required for the Master of Science in Leadership.
“Wonderful course! I learned strategies and methods that day one started to add clarity to the muddled process I have inherited. Thank you.” – BEE Participant
- Adapt behavior based on circumstances, new information, and different contexts
- Manage overwhelming amounts of information and marshal resources for action
- Understand the dimensions of risk and be willing to take reasonable and ethical risks