With the explosive growth of electronic media, the past decade has ushered in the most rapid and concentrated change in the history of human enterprise. And the changes of the last few years seem modest compared to what some foresee in the new millennium. Without intuitive knowing, the gap increases between what we know and what we need to know to make organizational as well as personal decisions in these challenging times.
So each of us can benefit from more powerful approaches to daily decision making. In today's increasingly globalized economy, this need is especially compelling for managers of profit as well as governmental and non-profit organizations. For this reason, we focus on managerial decision making. But the ideas are relevant for people in all walks of life at any level of responsibility. For each example, try to recall a comparable situation where you could have harnessed your wisdom to bridge the decision gap.