In the book 'A class With Drucker " Cohen (p.63) describes two approaches to problem solving; one is the Left Brain Solution and the other a Right-Brain Solution. What are the differences and similarities in the two approaches? Discuss which one appeals to you the most and how that preference might affect your decision-making as a leader.
Cohen, W. A. (2008). A class with drucker, the lost lessons of the world's greatest management teacher. (p. 63). New York, NY: Amacom.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 2:55 am ad1c9bdddf
Cohen (2008) differentiates between what is referred to as a left-brain solution and a right-brain solution. The left-brain solution is very structural and linear in its approach. It starts by defining the problem, gathering the necessary information pertaining to the problem, identifying potential solutions, analyzing those solutions, and making a decision. There is a set ...
This solution discusses left and right brain solutions. It explains the differences and similarities in the two approaches and explains which one appeals to you the most and how that preference might affect your decision-making as a leader. The explanation is given in 239 words.