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Decision-Making today builds on research showing that decisions fail half of the time. In business, the top casualties of a poor decision-making process are reputation, long-term growth, employee morale, productivity, revenue and profitability. Our goal is to promote more effective, ethical decision making.


Back in 2006, I was working on adding humor to my Decision-Making presentation featuring perspective, a key aspect of decision-making. The development of an effective presentation is an ongoing process and should include testing of new material and replacing less effective material with more effective material.  The above video shows me testing some different approaches to my presentation at the Cleveland IMPROV. A video was created the night of my performance and after a quick viewing, it was relegated to my files.

Years have passed and the need to purge my files in an effort to downsize and simplify has become a major project. This video appeared and the decision was made to digitize it and use it in a blog post. After several attempts, it was successfully uploaded and is now here for your entertainment. I hope you enjoy the video and gain some insights about perspective in the process.

There is no question in my mind that considering different perspectives provides more options which results in better decisions.

If you would like to learn more about perspective or more about decision-making, click here to check out my book on the subject.

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