The Decision Intelligence NAVIGATOR: Implications for Executives

The Decision Intelligence Navigator has been developed (and is regularly improved) to help students and executives better navigating in uncertain and ambiguous environments. Its four elements serve as guiding elements to make better decisions.

In the following, I provide some practical advice about how to transform the conceptual logic of…


How Netmapping can help you understand your Decision Context and improve your company’s Framework Proficiency.

For this article, I have engaged in a discussion with Jürg Honegger, an expert in systems thinking and the creator of the Netmapping approach.
In the recent past, many readers of the first parts of my “Decision Intelligence” series have asked about how to improve their Decision Context. While there are…


From “Orange Is the New Black” to “Questions Are the New Answers”…

This article is the first part of a series of articles about Decision Intelligence: IN ACTION. The focus in this series is always on some practical advice about how to apply the Decision Intelligence concept in the real world — be it in business, society or your private life.

This…


SatSure Ltd.: The Case of a true Decision Intelligence Company

In this brief article, I want to exemplify what I mean when I talk about Decision Intelligence as a way to create competitive advantages.

In this context, I will introduce three additional concepts which are essential to understand how to implement a Decision Intelligence approach in practice:

  • Data Value Chain


How I learned about Decision Intelligence and developed my own Decision Intelligence Navigator

Decision Intelligence: The Early Days

Decision Intelligence is a relatively new term and only became prominent in the last couple of years. However, one of the first ones to use the term was the famous management thought leader and professor James G. March in his 1994 book “A Primer on Decision Making: How Decisions Happen”…

Roger Moser

Faculty, Board Member, Investor — Entrepreneurial Scholar

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