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Link: How Decision Intelligence Connects Data, Actions, and Outcomes for a Better World

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Hardcover, 232 pages
Published September 16th 2019 by Emerald Publishing Ltd
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I like the Decision Intelligence model. In itself it is not original, as the author notes. But it is powerful and pragmatic because it is a reformulation of often reinvented but nevertheless often ignored systems thinking ideas. Pratt brings together a wide set of related subject areas in her enthusiasm for a modelling approach that uses conceptual causal models in the thinking world to make defensible decisions about interventions in the messy complex real world. This is a systems thinking prob ...more
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