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Simple Strategies from Game Theory, for Leaders & Managers!

Useful Game Theory Strategies, for Leaders and Managers, for Interdependence, Conflict Management and Competition!
Instructor:
Sivakami S
1,411 students enrolled
English
Learn Basic Concepts and Strategies from Game Theory for Leadership and Management
Apply these Concepts in situations of Interdependence, Conflict and Competition for effective Strategic Thinking
Learn about many different types of Game Theory situations and "games" and successful algorithms/startegies
Become more Effective, Influential and Informed Leaders and Managers.

Game Theory and Decision Theory, model and analyze InterdependenceCooperation, Competition and Conflict Management. This has given rise to powerful concepts and Strategies. These strategies are extremely necessary and useful for Leaders and Managers, and everyone else too! 

Basic Concepts in Game Theory and Psychology can help us analyze situations of conflict, competition and cooperation, rigorously, rationally and even mathematically! Armed with information from the recent research and studies in these areas, you can soon become a force to reckon with, and upgrade your Leadership Skills and Management Strategies significantly

Become Informed, Influential and Aware Leaders and Managers, armed with relevant knowledge of Game Theory and its cool Strategies for Competition and Conflict Management, learn how to encourage Cooperation, and effective ways to manage your ever growing network of interdependence.

This Course Introduces you to Basic Concepts, Economic Games and Strategies from Game Theory, and does not get into complicated mathematical modeling or probabilities.

Please note: This Course has nothing to do with Computer Games!

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Introduction - Leadership Psychology - Research and Evidence based Leadership

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Course Introduction, Part 1

Course Introduction, Part 1

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Course Introduction, Part 2

Course Introduction, Part 2

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Get to know me, your Instructor!

This video tells you about me, your Instructor, about my background and how I got into Leadership Psychology.

Some "Games" - Cooperation, Competition and Conflict

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Game Theory - Some Basic Interactions

Game theory can be a great way to understand and analyze human interactions, and to help us figure out a way through conflict and cooperation. Learn about some basic concepts and games.

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Game Theory - A few other fun Games!

Learn about a few other fun games and what they teach us!

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Game Theory - Part 2A - Did you say Prisoner's Dilemma?

Learn all about the Prisoner's Dilemma, strategies and its implications.

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Game Theory - Part 2B - Even more about the Prisoner's Dilemma ...

Repeated games, and a lot more about the Prisoner's Dilemma and winning strategies

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The Tragedy of the Commons and the Evolution of Cooperation

The Prisoner's Dilemma and the Evolution of Cooperation

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A quick re-cap check!

A quick re-cap check!

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Game Theory - A Brief Introduction to the Nash Equilibrium

A Introduction to the concept of the Nash Equilibrium.

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Another quick recap check!
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Rock, Paper, Scissors etc.

Rock, Paper, Scissors etc.

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An Interesting Real Life Application of Game Theory, Part 1

An Interesting Real Life Application of Game Theory, to a situation of conflict. Part 1

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An Interesting Real Life Application of Game Theory, Part 2

An Interesting Real Life Application of Game Theory, to a situation of conflict. Part 2

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A Request!

Hope you are enjoying the course so far !

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Quiz : Checkpoint 1

Just a quick check :)

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Game Theory - Part 4A - Introduction and Overview of the Shapley Value

An Introduction and Overview of the Shapley Value and its 4 Axioms - Part A

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Game Theory - Part 4B - Application Examples of the Shapley Value

Some examples of Shapley Value Applications ...

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A Quick Check, Shapley Value Exercise!

A Quick Check, Shapley Value Exercise!

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Social and Market Norms

A concept related to Reciprocal Altruism, which we covered earlier ...

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Checkpoint 2 - Quiz

The Final Checkpoint Quiz

Concluding Section

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McKinsey Article: Making Game Theory work for Managers

Making game theory work for managers

By Hagen Lindstädt and Jürgen Müller 

A new model, rejecting solutions optimal only for a single precisely defined future, generates answers representing the best compromise between risks and opportunities in all likely futures.


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Another Example: Time Banks

Another Example: Time Banks

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Some more Examples and Lessons - Part 1

Some more Examples and Lessons - Part 1

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Some more Examples and Lessons - Part 2

Some more Examples and Lessons - Part 2

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Evolutionary Context to Leadership Psychology

Enjoy the music, while you learn some evolutionary context to Leadership Psychology/Science :)

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Bonus Lecture

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