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Nick Tasler
Works at Decision Pulse, Harvard Business Review, BusinessWeek, Simon & Schuster
Attended University of Iowa
Lives in Minneapolis, MN
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My latest for Psychology Today
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my latest on HBR: How to Avoid Collaboration Fatigue http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/07/how-to-avoid-collaboration-fatigue/
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My latest on HBR: "3 Myths that Kill Strategic Planning" http://ow.ly/wAyJM 
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My latest on Harvard Business Review shows us that George Washington was much more than a figurehead.
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My latest article in Psychology Today: 4 intriguing and highly instructive strategic decisions from #MLK #StrategicThinking http://ow.ly/sKTsL via @PsychToday
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Who can build the highest tower in 2 minutes? Decision Pulse in session at RBC. @NickTasler #decisions http://t.co/Y8V42Y3IXL

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Here is Inc Mag's take on my latest HBR article...
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Strategic thinking is about prioritizing tasks and decisions and executing on them well. Unfortunately business leaders often have the wrong idea about the concept.
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My latest piece for Harvard Business Review challenges leaders to make a REAL change this year by putting their strategy on a diet. #strategy #leadership #thinkstrategicallyactdecisively
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Author, Researcher, Speaker and Management Consultant
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  • Decision Pulse, Harvard Business Review, BusinessWeek, Simon & Schuster
    Author, Researcher, Speaker and Management Consultant, present
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Minneapolis, MN
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northwest Iowa...a little here, a little there - San Diego, CA - Phoenix, AZ - Chicago, IL - Iowa City, IA - Omaha, NE - Pocahontas, IA - Ogden, IA
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Best-selling author, CEO of Decision Pulse, and creator of the Think Strategically & Act Decisively integrated learning system
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NICK TASLER is an internationally acclaimed author, founder of Decision Pulse and the creator of the revolutionary Think Strategically & Act Decisively development system which helps leaders around the world drive change with speed and agility, execute their plans, and strategically align their teams. Nick’s dynamic approach, sound research, and original thinking have benefited many of the world’s most respected organizations including General Electric, Microsoft, Wells Fargo, the Royal Bank of Canada, as well as ExxonMobil, BP Amoco, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Coca-Cola, UnitedHealth Group and the American Cancer Society.

Nick is the author of two best-selling books that have been published in multiple foreign languages and are currently sold in more than 30 countries. His latest book, Why Quitters Win, is based on a decade of research showing how to the most successful careers, teams, organizations, and lives are led by people who have learned to consistently and effectively make “right vs. right” decisions. In addition to his consulting and speaking, Nick writes columns for the Harvard Business Review,  Bloomberg Business Week, and Psychology Today.  He is a frequent guest lecturer at the Wharton School, and his work has been covered by leading media outlets including U.S. News & World ReportForbes, Psychologies, Marie-Claire, Fox Business and publications around the world including Globe & Mail (CA), The Times (ZA), Management Today (UK), Daily Express (UK), andCourier News (AU). He has also appeared on NBC-TV, ABC-TV, CBS-TV, NPR, BBC Radio and Irish Talk Radio.

Nick’s lives with his wife and three sons in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Fort Myers, Florida.

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Author of WHY QUITTERS WIN, Columnist for Harvard Business Review, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, & Psychology Today
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  • University of Iowa
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