The most frequent activity in any business is Decision Making. Most of those decisions we don’t even consider decisions, because the answers come so naturally. We don’t truly “decide,” we just “do.”
But when it comes to decisions in your business, what process, what model do you usually follow? Some approaches to decision making involve others on your team. Some involve your just “deciding.” But in any case, you need to get the facts and consider the alternatives. When you do that, you have a basis and a path that you’ve followed to get to your end point. Here are seven ways of getting there:
Each of these styles is applicable in different situations. How much time do you have? How many people are involved? Is buy-in needed from the group? The point is to actively decide which model will provide the best outcome for your current situation.
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