understand how the brain manipulates decision-making cognitive process with emotions
learn about successful life strategies based on modern economic theories
define or rethink their own life strategy
understand where and why you should and should not invest money, time, and effort
learn to manage their own life to achieve maximum efficiency both in personal development and business
What the Program provides:
understanding of the patterns that help you make better decisions pertaining to your life and business
modern technologies and tools for predicting the behavior of market players: partners, customers, employees, and the society
understanding the factors that affect the success of our business and the efficiency of different types of capital: human, financial, reputational, social, etc
ability to define the strategy of oneʼs own life or company and the skill to set goals accordingly
The structure of the program
Neuromanagement: psychological traps in thinking
Decision making under uncertainty.
Diversity and development of business decision-making.
Emotionality and rationality, interaction between logic and intuition.
Overconfidence and overreaction to events.
Psychological traps of money.
Psychology of inequality. (People often complain about inequality and say that because of inequality, they have no chance of success in life, but it is important to understand that inequality has always been and will be, and with the right strategy you can succeed from scratch).
Strategic thinking: competitive models and conflict resolution
Strategic interaction and game thinking.
The Bellman Principle as a way to solve end problems and use it in business decision-making.
Market Competition and Market Equilibrium Models.
Strategic games, lobbying, models of non-price competition, bluffing in business.
Product and service knitting models as a tool for transferring power from one market segment to another and price differentiation models.
Business is like a game. Nash Equilibrium and the Concept of Conflict Management (Nash Equilibrium - Predicting the Future Based on Strategic Analysis of Economic Agent Interaction, Calculating Multiple Player Combinations, and Identifying Stable Strategies Under which None of the Players Want to Get Away With Their Alternatives).
Optimal life strategies: robustness, flexibility and anti-fragility
The current global financial system, the range of financial institutions and their role in achieving the effectiveness of human life.
Basic technologies of risk management in own life and risks of the company: diversification, differentiation, immunization, insurance and hedging.
Assessment of personal and managerial flexibility, using the Black-Scholes-Merton formula, understanding of human life as a set of realized and unrealized opportunities.
Optimal Life Strategies by Nasima Taleb's Anti-Fragility Theory - Rejection of Short-Term Optimality, Orientation to Sustainability, Life Experience and Long-Term Perspective.
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