Knowledge manager Oliver Mittl discusses Professor Malik’s basic statements on the subject of “Making decisions” in management positions (Managing Performing Living: Campus, 2006) in his blog “SportiveKnowledge”:


“The decisions effective manager make are few, but to make up for this, effective (see Malik, 2006, p. 204). Quick decisions are often justified with the catchword ‘intuition’, but self-critical handling of intuition is an essential criterion for effective decisions by managers. One must always bear in mind that wrong decisions and policies that have already been implemented are more difficult to correct.” more (in German)

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