Summary of Secrets of Power Problem Solving

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Secrets of Power Problem Solving book summary
It’s not your decisions that matter – it’s how you make them.

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6 Innovation

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Recommendation

Roger Dawson offers valuable information about solving problems, making decisions and thinking through a dilemma. But with all that, his book surprisingly also contains numerous redundant quotes, poorly constructed sentences and other editorial gaffes. Such faux pas aside, Dawson, a widely-published senior authority in this field, has probably forgotten more about problem solving and decision making than most authors on these topics ever learned. getAbstract urges you to ignore the rough patches and learn how to upgrade your solutions.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to classify problems
  • How to solve problems
  • How to make better decisions
 

Summary

Is Your Problem About People or Money?
All problems are primarily about money or about people. Faced with complex situations, you may find that you confuse problems about human beings with problems about finances. Before you attempt to solve your problems, determine which category they...
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About the Author

Author and speaker Roger Dawson is an authority on negotiations. His previous titles include Secrets of Power Negotiating and Secrets of Power Persuasion.


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