American Chamber of Commerce in HK
Speaker: Peter Hopper, SDG
8 – 9:30 a.m.
March 7, 2017
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK
1904 Bank of America Tower
12 Harcourt Road
Central, Hong Kong
Decisions are often seen as isolated, at times reactive actions prompted by a set of circumstances. Decision makers almost feel it is a part of their skill set to cope with an onslaught of decisions, rapidly taken to deal with situations. This can develop into a culture of “fire-fighting”, where bigger picture decisions receive an insufficient amount of time.
Decisions, however, should be seen as a work stream where creating a conscious decision agenda will be essential in achieving quality decision making. By building a structured process, which only requires a day at most of the management time, will ensure a quick, simple but effective approach in achieving a quality decision. Most importantly, it also ensures the precious time of senior management is focused on the biggest impact decisions.
Peter Hopper, partner and managing director at Strategic Decisions Group, is the featured speaker. The session will provide a comprehensive review of:
- Six elements of a quality decision
- Six steps to focus and prioritize decisions
- How to create a conscious decision agenda, and
- How to avoid the fire-fighting culture in decision making
First 15 to 20 minutes is for networking; Light breakfast included