Cognitive Intelligence and Spiritual Management for Effective Managerial Decision Making
Hasan, Md. Nazmul
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Cognitive Intelligence and spritual intelligence as a philosophy of company's management, is shifting the intention and significance of conducting business. Basic foundation of human thinking in a large extent is entirely dependent on cognitive intelligence which is being developed over the years from experience and knowledge gain. In the span of time, through this process, ethical and behavioral development through consciousness with conscience forms. If they are synchronized and tuned, then these factors do play a pivotal role in better decision making with enhanced positive outcome to realize enterprise objectives. as emotional and spiritual part of human nature plays a pivotal role of forming factors encompassing intellect and intelligence. Management of spiritual sensitivity is essential required to rationalize effective decision making in all management levels of an organizational hierarchy. This paper intends to bridge a relationship between cognitive intelligence , spiritual management and effective managerial decision making styles as a critical competency for managers. Here the authors presented generic models for CI and SI , vs. decision making competency which connects to developing cognitive viewpoints for effective decision making. Primary data collected through interview and discussion with participants. Analytical processes were based on SWAT analysis using scenario approach coupled with authors knowledge and experience focused on related case studies to derive the authenticity of this study.