This episode discusses Decision Making and Creativity.
You can and will use creativity in decision making, and you will make decisions in your creative pursuits, and depending how you look at it, creativity and decision making look a lot alike.
This episode discusses:
- A definition for the term “decision”
- Intuition, judgment, and emotions
- Interpersonal intelligence and courage in decision making
- Intuitive Decision Making
- A Rational Decision Making Process
- Considerations of who is involved in implementing a decision and who is involved in making a decision
- How to maximize creativity in decision making
- The Wisdom of the Crowd
References used in the episode:
- The Managerial Decision-making Process, by E. Frank Harrison, for many topics on Decision Making, including the definition of the term Decision and the rational decision making process described in the episode. Jung’s and Freud’s perspectives on intuition are also discussed here (pages 203 and 204).
- Primal Leadership – Realizing The Power Of Emotional Intelligence, by Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, and Annie McKee, for their discussion of intution.
- Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, by Malcolm Gladwell, for a discussion on the fallibility on intuition. He refers to this as the Warren Harding Error.
- Inc Magazine article on the Wisdom Of The Crowd.
- Wikipedia topic on the Wisdom Of The Crowd.