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DECISION MAKING IN ORGANIZATIONS

Date: November 18, 2005
Time: 8:30-4:00
Location: The Hotel@MIT, Cambridge, MA

How can organizations make effective decisions? As the world becomes more complex, making the right decisions is increasingly critical to success. Using simple language and clear ideas, this program will explain how an organization can improve its decision making. Dr. Yaneer Bar-Yam, author of Making Things Work, will show how complex systems ideas can be applied in the real world using case studies from organizations in health care, education, military and engineering. Participants will learn in practice how to deal with increasingly complex business and social environments.

The course is intended for executives, senior management and administrators in business, non-profit and government agencies.

Registration

The registration fee for this course is $750 per registrant. You need a Visa, MasterCard, Discover or AmEx credit card. All the information will be sent securely.

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For cancellations received two weeks prior to the program date, full NECSI course credit will be provided, good for two years. Cancellations received within two weeks of program date will receive a 50% NECSI course credit, good for two years. Substitutions may be made at any time. Payment must be made in US Dollars.

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