“Don’t Make Decisions, Orchestrate Them”

“Don’t Make Decisions, Orchestrate Them” “Is the role of the manager to make decisions, or to make sure that decisions get made? The answer, of course, is both — but many managers focus so much on the first role that they neglect the second. The reality, however, is that decision-making often is not a solo… Read More

Twelve Questions That Could Improve Your Team’s Decision Making

Biases can and do distort our reasoning – especially when making important decisions.  Things such as confirmation bias, anchoring, loss aversion, and etc.  These cognitive biases and others have the potential for distorting our judgment. In an article in the Harvard Business Review, “Before You Make That Big Decision . . .” the authors suggest… Read More