Describes the decision making process of President George W. Bush’s War Cabinet in the days after the terrorist attacks of 11 September busy. Examines how the President and his advisors the problem, exchanging ideas, alternatives generated, framed and developed an action plan.

Describes the decision making process of President George W. Bush’s War Cabinet in the days after the terrorist attacks of 11 September busy. Examines how the President and his advisors the problem, exchanging ideas, alternatives generated, framed and developed an action plan.
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Michael A. Roberto
Gina M. Carioggia
Source: Harvard Business School
23 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 19, 2002. Prod #: 303027-PDF-ENG
Starting the War on Terrorism HBR case solution