Master strategic thinking and gain a competitive advantage. Have you ever wondered how to make better decisions and solve problems with more ease? Learn Game Theory shares the well-hidden secrets of great decision-makers.
Use Logic and Reason to Manage Uncertainty. Life is full of uncertainty. You don’t know what lies ahead. But you can learn to control the controllable by using logic and reason. With the help of this book, you’ll discover new ways to think about – and solve – problems more efficiently than ever before. Discover how strategic games model real-life behavior. You would be surprised how many game theory concepts affect your life. Game theory is a management device that helps rational decision-making. Game Theory is a branch of mathematics dedicated to the study of rational, strategic decision-making. You can apply it in many different fields, from psychology, economics, and politics to military strategy, business, and even retail pricing! It focuses on conflict and cooperation between intelligent, rational players, analyzing how to optimize one’s decisions, taking into account others’ actions. This book won’t just give you theoretical knowledge. It will teach you practical life skills! The logical deductions used in game theory can help you learn superior decision-making skills based on strategic analysis. Become Confident in Your Decision-Making Skills. Albert Rutherford is an internationally bestselling author and a retired corporate executive. His books draw on various sources, from corporate system building, strategic analysis, scientific research, and his life experience. He has been building and improving systems his whole adult life and brings his proven advice to you. Predict the future with more accuracy. What’s the best way to ask for a raise? How to choose a date spot with your partner avoiding friction? How do top athletes choose their best moves? Learn Game Theory: A Primer to Strategic Thinking and Advanced Decision-Making. (Strategic Thinking Skills Book 1) By: Albert Rutherford
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