[[ Kostenlos eBook ]] Thinking, Fast and Slow (English Edition)Autor Daniel Kahneman – Bilb-weil.de

Wer schon viele B cher zu den von Kahnemann angesprochenen Themen gelesen hat, erf hrt nicht so viel Neues, daf r ist alles sch n kompakt zusammen gefasst Es war mir zwischendrin dann doch zu viel Altbekanntes, sodass ich das Buch kurzzeitig mal weggelegt habe, aber wer gerade erst damit anf ngt sich einen berblick zu verschaffen, ist mit dem Buch sicherlich super zufrieden. Dieses Buch hat mich wirklich beeindruckt V llig zurecht weisen die beiden McKinsey Autoren darauf hin, dass die meisten Firmen bei ihrer Strategieentwicklung einen inside View anwenden und Verbesserungen ausprobieren, die sich bei einer Analyse der Unternehmenslandschaft als haneb chen herausstellen In diesem Buch wird also ein outside View vorgestellt, der auf einer Analyse von mehr als 2000 Unternehmen beruht Dabei wurde sehr genau untersucht, welche Indikatoren ein Unternehmen aufweisen muss, um die Chance auf signifikante Steigerung der Wirtschaftlichkeit zu erh hen Kern der Untersuchung ist eine sog Power Curve die Verteilung des Economic Profits der ber 2000 betrachteten Unternehmen Die Untersuchungen in diesem Buch sind alle samt sehr schl ssig und alles in allem bin ich sehr froh, das Buch gelesen zu haben Das Buch liefert zahlreiche Fakten, Zahlen und Statistiken, um den Dialog w hrend der Strategieentwicklung zu intensivieren und zu verbessern.Warum gibt es einen Stern Abzug Zu Beginn des Buches wird die soziale Seite der Strategieentwicklung er rtert Fraglos ein wichtiger Aspekt des Strategieprozesses, vielleicht sogar der wichtigste Allerdings fand ich viele der Beobachtungen in diesem Kapitel relativ banal und wenig informativ Hier wurden mir zu viele Stereotype benutzt Auch die L sungsvorschl ge in diesem Kapitel haben mir nicht zugesagt Generell war das erste Kapitel das schw chste.Weiterhin wird zwar ausf hrlich beteuert, dass die Untersuchungen fundiert durchgef hrt wurden Ein tats chliches Gef hl von der Vollst ndigkeit der Untersuchung wird jedoch nicht vermittelt Es wird also kaum erkl rt, wie das Wahrscheinlichkeitsmodell dieser Untersuchung aufgebaut wurde und wie die einzelnen Grenzen und Werte zustande kamen Statt einer tieferen Betrachtung wird man mit der Beteuerung abgespeist, dass die Untersuchung komplex und vollst ndig war Ggf lie e sich hier zu der Arbeit der McKinsey Berater noch etwas im Internet recherchieren, um diese Fragen zu kl ren.Abschlie end Super Buch, mit kleinen Schw chen. Da gibt es wirklich viel wichtiges Priming, Framing usw Dass wir die Vergangenheit in eine koh rente Geschichte mit roten Faden verwandeln, der rote Faden allerdings fehlt uns pl tzlich, wenn wir in die Zukunft sehen Anm unseren Vorfahren werfen wir es ja vor, dass sie nicht gesehen haben, was f r uns heute doch so offensichtlich war Das mit dem Priming war mir allerdings etwas unglaubw rdig Wenn man zuvor irgendwo ein gro e Zahl gesehen hat, ist man bereit mehr zu bezahlen, h her zu wetten Nachdem die Begriffe Priming und Framing es jetzt auch langsam ins Feuilleton der Qualit tspresse geschafft haben, wollte ich das Buch noch einmal zur Hand nehmen und da offenbaren sich wieder die Schw chen, die mich einst veranlasst hatten es vor dem Ende weg zu legen Es ist langatmig, es ergeht sich in Anekdoten, es gibt keine Gliederung in Kapiteln Wenn man etwas nachlesen will, ist man auf dass Stichwortverzeichnis angewiesen.Zumindest ist es aber so gut, dass ich es noch einmal zur Hand nehme auszugsweise The Thinking, Fast and Slow were suggested by a friend while we were discussing around psychology, making choices, decision making etc So little I knew back then when I incautiously ordered the book among some other reads.The amount of knowledge, experience and wisdom delivered in this book is absolutely amazing I truly understand why the book is The International Bestseller Reading the book were somewhat slow process Process indeed Not because of the text in itself, this is easy and nicely written book to read The problem for me were the book is in fact so well written that it opened me to evaluate my own decision making process and reasoning, my own behaviour and why I make decisions I make Or what are the reasons behind certain behavioural patterns I just had to stop every now and then just to let the mind trick to happen.The book lays down the strong concept of What You See Is All There Is, WYSIATI, behind our decisions I won t go further than this so that the book can speak to you as it did to me However this concept has been bubbling disturbingly loud in the back of my head since This is clearly a part of my personal Why I do want to know, learn , to be able to make at least somewhat educated decisions and be able to understand at least lightly certain behavioural patterns To see and to be able to understand there is even out there, even perspectives Once the process goes on the mind may find out there is something outside of my cozy, comfortable box and also think outside of the box. There Have Been Many Good Books On Human Rationality And Irrationality, But Only One Masterpiece That Masterpiece Is Daniel Kahneman S Thinking, Fast And SlowKahneman, A Winner Of The Nobel Prize For Economics, Distils A Lifetime Of Research Into An Encyclopedic Coverage Of Both The Surprising Miracles And The Equally Surprising Mistakes Of Our Conscious And Unconscious Thinking He Achieves An Even Greater Miracle By Weaving His Insights Into An Engaging Narrative That Is Compulsively Readable From Beginning To End My Main Problem In Doing This Review Was Preventing Family Members And Friends From Stealing My Copy Of The Book To Read It For Themselvesthis Is One Of The Greatest And Most Engaging Collections Of Insights Into The Human Mind I Have Read William Easterly Financial Times Absorbing, IntriguingBy Making Us Aware Of Our Minds Tricks, Kahneman Hopes To Inspire Individuals And Organisations To Identify Strategies To Outwit Them Jenni Russell Sunday Times Profound As Copernicus Removed The Earth From The Centre Of The Universe And Darwin Knocked Humans Off Their Biological Perch, Mr Kahneman Has Shown That We Are Not The Paragons Of Reason We Assume Ourselves To Be The Economist Thinking, Fast And Slow Is Wonderful, Of Course To Anyone With The Slightest Interest In The Workings Of His Own Mind, It Is So Rich And Fascinating That Any Summary Would Seem Absurd Michael Lewis Vanity Fair It Is An Astonishingly Rich Book Lucid, Profound, Full Of Intellectual Surprises And Self Help Value It Is Consistently Entertaining And Frequently Touching, Especially When Kahneman Is Recounting His Collaboration With Tversky So Impressive Is Its Vision Of Flawed Human Reason That The New York Times Columnist David Brooks Recently Declared That Kahneman And Tversky S Work Will Be Remembered Hundreds Of Years From Now, And That It Is A Crucial Pivot Point In The Way We See Ourselves They Are, Brooks Said, Like The Lewis And Clark Of The Mind By The Time I Got To The End Of Thinking, Fast And Slow, My Skeptical Frown Had Long Since Given Way To A Grin Of Intellectual Satisfaction Appraising The Book By The Peak End Rule, I Overconfidently Urge Everyone To Buy And Read It But For Those Who Are Merely Interested In Kahenman S Takeaway On The Malcolm Gladwell Question It Is This If You Ve Had , Hours Of Training In A Predictable, Rapid Feedback Environment Chess, Firefighting, Anesthesiology Then Blink In All Other Cases, Think The New York Times Book Review Kahneman S Disarmingly Simple Experiments Have Profoundly Changed The Way That We Think About Thinking We Like To See Ourselves As A Promethean Species, Uniquely Endowed With The Gift Of Reason But Mr Kahneman S Simple Experiments Reveal A Very Different Mind, Stuffed Full Of Habits That, In Most Situations, Lead Us Astray Jonah Lehrer The Wall Street Journal This Is A Landmark Book In Social Thought, In The Same League As The Wealth Of Nations By Adam Smithand The Interpretation Of Dreams By Sigmund Freud Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Author Of The Black Swan Daniel Kahneman Is Among The Most Influential Psychologists In History And Certainly The Most Important Psychologist Alive TodayThe Appearance Of Thinking, Fast And Slow Is A Major Event Steven Pinker, Author Of The Language Instinct Daniel Kahneman Is One Of The Most Original And Interesting Thinkers Of Our Time There May Be No Other Person On The Planet Who Better Understands How And Why We Make The Choices We Make In This Absolutely Amazing Book, He Shares A Lifetime S Worth Of Wisdom Presented In A Manner That Is Simple And Engaging, But Nonetheless Stunningly Profound This Book Is A Must Read For Anyone With A Curious Mind Steven D Levitt, Co Author Of Freakonomics This Book Is A Tour De Force By An Intellectual Giant It Is Readable, Wise, And Deep Buy It Fast Read It Slowly And Repeatedly It Will Change The Way You Think, On The Job, About The World, And In Your Own Life Richard Thaler, Co Author Of NudgeA Tour De Force Kahnemans Book Is A Must Read For Anyone Interested In Either Human Behavior Or Investing He Clearly Shows That While We Like To Think Of Ourselves As Rational In Our Decision Making, The Truth Is We Are Subject To Many Biases At Least Being Aware Of Them Will Give You A Better Chance Of Avoiding Them, Or At Least Making Fewer Of ThemLarry Swedroe, CBS NewsDaniel Kahneman Demonstrates Forcefully In His New Book, Thinking, Fast And Slow, How Easy It Is For Humans To Swerve Away From RationalityChristopher Shea, The Washington PostAn Outstanding Book, Distinguished By Beauty And Clarity Of Detail, Precision Of Presentation And Gentleness Of Manner Its Truths Are Open To All Those Whose System Is Not Completely Defunct I Have Hardly Touched On Its Richness Galen Strawson, The GuardianBrilliant It Is Impossible To Exaggerate The Importance Of Daniel Kahnemans Contribution To The Understanding Of The Way We Think And Choose He Stands Among The Giants, A Weaver Of The Threads Of Charles Darwin, Adam Smith And Sigmund Freud Arguably The Most Important Psychologist In History, Kahneman Has Reshaped Cognitive Psychology, The Analysis Of Rationality And Reason, The Understanding Of Risk And The Study Of Happiness And Well BeingAmagisterial Work, Stunning In Its Ambition, Infused With Knowledge, Laced With Wisdom, Informed By Modesty And Deeply Humane If You Can Read Only One Book This Year, Read This One Janice Gross Stein, The Globe And MailA Sweeping, Compelling Tale Of Just How Easily Our Brains Are Bamboozled, Bringing In Both His Own Research And That Of Numerous Psychologists, Economists, And Other ExpertsKahneman Has A Remarkable Ability To Take Decades Worth Of Research And Distill From It What Would Be Important And Interesting For A Lay AudienceThinking, Fast And Slow Is An Immensely Important Book Many Science Books Are Uneven, With A Useful Or Interesting Chapter Too Often Followed By A Dull One Not So Here With Rare Exceptions, The Entire Span Of This Weighty Book Is Fascinating And Applicable To Day To Day Life Everyone Should Read Thinking, Fast And Slow Jesse Singal, Boston Globe We Must Be Grateful To Kahneman For Giving Us In This Book A Joyful Understanding Of The Practical Side Of Our Personalities Freeman Dyson, The New York Review Of BooksBrilliant It Is Impossible To Exaggerate The Importance Of Daniel Kahnemans Contribution To The Understanding Of The Way We Think And Choose He Stands Among The Giants, A Weaver Of The Threads Of Charles Darwin, Adam Smith And Sigmund Freud Arguably The Most Important Psychologist In History, Kahneman Has Reshaped Cognitive Psychology, The Analysis Of Rationality And Reason, The Understanding Of Risk And The Study Of Happiness And Well BeingAmagisterial Work, Stunning In Its Ambition, Infused With Knowledge, Laced With Wisdom, Informed By Modesty And Deeply Humane If You Can Read Only One Book This Year, Read This One Janice Gross Stein, The Globe And MailIt Is An Astonishingly Rich Book Lucid, Profound, Full Of Intellectual Surprises And Self Help Value It Is Consistently Entertaining And Frequently Touching, Especially When Kahneman Is Recounting His Collaboration With Tversky So Impressive Is Its Vision Of Flawed Human Reason That The New York Times Columnist David Brooks Recently Declared That Kahneman And Tverskys Work Will Be Remembered Hundreds Of Years From Now, And That It Is A Crucial Pivot Point In The Way We See Ourselves They Are, Brooks Said, Like The Lewis And Clark Of The Mind By The Time I Got To The End Of Thinking, Fast And Slow, My Skeptical Frown Had Long Since Given Way To A Grin Of Intellectual Satisfaction Appraising The Book By The Peak End Rule, I Overconfidently Urge Everyone To Buy And Read It But For Those Who Are Merely Interested In Kahenmans Takeaway On The Malcolm Gladwell Question It Is This If You Ve Had , Hours Of Training In A Predictable, Rapid Feedback Environmentchess, Firefighting, Anesthesiologythen Blink In All Other Cases, ThinkThe New York Times Book ReviewAsk Around And You Hear Pretty Much The Same Thing Kahneman Is The Most Influential Psychologist Since Sigmund Freud, Says Christopher Chabris, A Professor Of Psychology At Union College, In New York No One Else Has Had Such A Broad Impact On So Many Fields It Now Seems Inevitable That Kahneman, Who Made His Reputation By Ignoring Or Defying Conventional Wisdom, Is About To Be Anointed The Intellectual Guru Of Our Economically Irrational Times Evan R Goldstein, The Chronicle Of Higher Education There Have Been Many Good Books On Human Rationality And Irrationality, But Only One Masterpiece That Masterpiece Is Daniel Kahnemans Thinking, Fast And Slow This Is One Of The Greatest And Most Engaging Collections Of Insights Into The Human Mind I Have ReadWilliam Easterly, Financial Times Thinking, Fast And Slow Is Wonderful, Of Course To Anyone With The Slightest Interest In The Workings Of His Own Mind, It Is So Rich And Fascinating That Any Summary Would Seem AbsurdMichael Lewis, Vanity FairAbsorbingly Articulate And Infinitely Intelligent What S Most Enjoyable And Compelling AboutThinking, Fast And Slow Is That It S So Utterly, Refreshingly Anti Gladwellian There Is Nothing Pop About Kahneman S Psychology, No Formulaic Story Arc, No Beating You Over The Head With An Artificial, Buzzword Encrusted Big Idea It S Just The Wisdom That Comes From Five Decades Of Honest, Rigorous Scientific Work, Delivered Humbly Yet Brilliantly, In A Way That Will Forever Change The Way You Think About ThinkingMaria Popova, The AtlanticI Will Never Think About Thinking Quite The Same Thinking, Fast And Slow Is A Monumental AchievementRoger Lowenstein, Bloomberg BusinessweekProfound As Copernicus Removed The Earth From The Centre Of The Universe And Darwin Knocked Humans Off Their Biological Perch, Mr Kahneman Has Shown That We Are Not The Paragons Of Reason We Assume Ourselves To Be The Economist Kahnemans Disarmingly Simple Experiments Have Profoundly Changed The Way That We Think About Thinking We Like To See Ourselves As A Promethean Species, Uniquely Endowed With The Gift Of Reason But Mr Kahnemans Simple Experiments Reveal A Very Different Mind, Stuffed Full Of Habits That, In Most Situations, Lead Us Astray Jonah Lehrer, The Wall Street Journal A Tour De Force Of Psychological Insight, Research Explication And Compelling Narrative That Brings Together In One Volume The High Points Of Mr Kahneman S Notable Contributions, Over Five Decades, To The Study Of Human Judgment, Decision Making And Choice Thanks To The Elegance And Force Of His Ideas, And The Robustness Of The Evidence He Offers For Them, He Has Helped Us To A New Understanding Of Our Divided Mindsand Our Whole Selves Christoper F Chabris, The Wall Street JournalThe Ramifications Of Kahenmans Work Are Wide, Extending Into Education, Business, Marketing, Politics And Even Happiness Research Call His Field Psychonomics, The Hidden Reasoning Behind Our Choices Thinking, Fast And Slow Is Essential Reading For Anyone With A Mind Kyle Smith, The New York PostAmajor Intellectual Event The Work Of Kahneman And Tversky Was A Crucial Pivot Point In The Way We See Ourselves David Brooks, The New York TimesKahneman Provides A Detailed, Yet Accessible, Description Of The Psychological Mechanisms Involved In Making Decisions Jacek Debiec, NatureWith Kahnemans Expert Help, Readers May Understand This Mix Of Psychology And Economics Better Than Most Accountants, Therapists, Or Elected Representatives VERDICT A Stellar Accomplishment, A Book For Everyone Who Likes To Think And Wants To Do It Better Library JournalThe Mind Is A Hilariously Muddled Compromise Between Incompatible Modes Of Thought In This Fascinating Treatise By A Giant In The Field Of Decision Research Nobel Winning Psychologist Kahneman Attention And Effort Posits A Brain Governed By Two Clashing Decision Making Processes The Largely Unconscious System , He Contends, Makes Intuitive Snap Judgments Based On Emotion, Memory, And Hard Wired Rules Of Thumb The Painfully Conscious System Laboriously Checks The Facts And Does The Math, But Is So Lazy And Distractible That It Usually Defers To System Kahneman Uses This Scheme To Frame A Scintillating Discussion Of His Findings In Cognitive Psychology And Behavioral Economics, And Of The Ingenious Experiments That Tease Out The Irrational, Self Contradictory Logics That Underlie Our Choices We Learn Why We Mistake Statistical Noise For Cohere