Business Decision Making is not just about sharpening the manager’s tools and techniques in defining, evaluating and making decisions. It is also about stretching the mind to think better. That means being able to tap into the brain’s patterns of thought, sequencing of ideas and creation of insights. That means being able to see both the big picture by zooming out and the small picture by zooming in. That means being able to ferret out what is relevant, important, urgent, doable, and big enough to matter. That means being able to imagine many different ways of solving problems, finding opportunities and crafting strategies. That means being able to diverge into countless possibilities but converge into one powerful solution or direction. That means being able to program a series of action steps that would convert ideas into reality.