Thriving as a Win-Win Commitment: Helping Employees and Organizations to Flourish

Dima Rachid Jamali, Cam Caldwell


The process of decision-making and problem solving is often ineffective because leaders and organizations fail to collaborate to pursue options that positively benefit all parties. This paper identifies five decision-making alternatives and describes their characteristics. It emphasizes the importance of the Win-Win decision philosophy advocated by Stephen R. Covey and identifies seven guidelines for implementing this approach to problem solving.

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Business and Management Research
ISSN 1927-6001 (Print)   ISSN 1927-601X (Online)

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