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By studying the work of hundreds of the most original and effective business minds, the authors present a common architecture that illuminates exceptional analysis and creative performance. 2 x 2 Thinking is characterized by a fundamental appreciation for the dynamic and complex nature of business. The best strategists go out of their way to tackle dilemmas rather than mer By studying the work of hundreds of the most original and effective business minds, the authors present a common architecture that illuminates exceptional analysis and creative performance. 2 x 2 Thinking is characterized by a fundamental appreciation for the dynamic and complex nature of business. The best strategists go out of their way to tackle dilemmas rather than merely solve problems. They use opposition, creative tension, iteration and transcendence to get to the heart of issues and involve critical others in finding the best solutions. The authors demonstrate how to apply the 2 x 2 approach to a wide range of important business challenges.


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By studying the work of hundreds of the most original and effective business minds, the authors present a common architecture that illuminates exceptional analysis and creative performance. 2 x 2 Thinking is characterized by a fundamental appreciation for the dynamic and complex nature of business. The best strategists go out of their way to tackle dilemmas rather than mer By studying the work of hundreds of the most original and effective business minds, the authors present a common architecture that illuminates exceptional analysis and creative performance. 2 x 2 Thinking is characterized by a fundamental appreciation for the dynamic and complex nature of business. The best strategists go out of their way to tackle dilemmas rather than merely solve problems. They use opposition, creative tension, iteration and transcendence to get to the heart of issues and involve critical others in finding the best solutions. The authors demonstrate how to apply the 2 x 2 approach to a wide range of important business challenges.

47 review for The Power of the 2x2 Matrix: Using 2x2 Thinking to Solve Business Problems and Make Better Decisions

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    A very poorly written book. The author seems to want to write about just about anything but the subject matter. The examples are inadequate if not useless. The 2X2 process might work for you, but you'll finding nothing beyond the obvious here. A very poorly written book. The author seems to want to write about just about anything but the subject matter. The examples are inadequate if not useless. The 2X2 process might work for you, but you'll finding nothing beyond the obvious here.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ravi Srivastava

    This book is worth reading, specifically you would like to learn problem solving. I found Part 1 and Part 2 more useful than Part 3. Part 3 describes framework, which are not so new to learn and can be found through several other sources. Part 1 and Part 2 provides learning about how to create your own, 2x 2 framework in order to solve a complex problem. It provides an approach to solve complex problems with simplicity.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Greg Hopper

    This is not a book you read as much as one to which you refer. It is an interesting collection of matrices, as well as guidance on how to create them. Useful.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Claire S

    I'm interested in this because it seems like it does have utility potentially. One instance is mission v. margin analysis for non-profits: determining the net profitability of each project that a nonprofit is engaged in; and then also its fit with the organization's raison d'etre; and expanding/contracting potentially accordingly. I'm interested in this because it seems like it does have utility potentially. One instance is mission v. margin analysis for non-profits: determining the net profitability of each project that a nonprofit is engaged in; and then also its fit with the organization's raison d'etre; and expanding/contracting potentially accordingly.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jack Vinson

    The book was okay - the first part was excellent but the examples didn't give me much additional insight. https://www.jackvinson.com/blog/2011/... The book was okay - the first part was excellent but the examples didn't give me much additional insight. https://www.jackvinson.com/blog/2011/...

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