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Goldsmith Publishing announces the launch of: Problem Solved: The Secrets of Decision Making and Problem Solving
Atlanta, GA, April 1, 2014 - Goldsmith Publishing is pleased to announce the launch today of Problem Solved: The Secrets of Decision Making and Problem Solving. Several business experts have concluded that between 50% and 70% of all business decisions fail. Problem Solved teaches businesspeoplehow to make spot-on decisions that will solve problems of all shapes and sizes.
David Goldsmith wrote the book for on-the-go business professionals and students who want their learning experience to be fast, accurate, and to-the-point. Today, these professionals are too busy to waste their time reading unnecessary fluff.
The 126-page book is broken down into two high-impact learning parts, containing twelve must-read chapters. Part One is jam-packed with useful tips on how to use problem-solving tools, techniques, and skills to make better decisions and solve your business problems. In Part Two, you will discover a process for unearthing your true problem, discovering the most profitable outcome, and defining and overcoming any barriers preventing your organization from reaching the desired result.
David understands the even the best decision or solution is worthless unless it is effectively implemented. That is why Problem Solved dedicates a full chapter to laying out an A-to-Z process for successfully implementing a successful decision or solution.
In addition, you will learn how to create a checks-and-balances system that will alert you when your implementation is going off track and help you discover what kind of adjustments must be made. Problem Solved leaves nothing to chance.
About the author: David Goldsmith is a seasoned corporate Vice President with Pilgrim, Key Corp, Pimco/Allianz, and UBS. He has been actively involved in creating and implementing various corporate-wide and divisional decisions. He has witnessed first-hand the destructive effects poor decisions can have on an organization’
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