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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.

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Management Decisions

Sep 18 2013

Management DecisionsMarketing Management and Project Management are just two situations that require management decisions to be made. In fact, it isn’t management if you aren’t making decisions. You may be an administrator tasked with maintaining the status quo or you maybe a supervisor tasked with guiding your fellow workers, but a manager is someone tasked with making decisions.

Like you, I have worked for different kinds of managers. The managers I least like to work for were the ones that imposed their management decisions on us. The managers I most enjoyed working for were the ones that involved us in the decision-making process. That involvement inspired a sense of ownership in us that made the decision more likely to be implemented successfully. The decisions that were imposed always had an underlying resistance that frequently caused the decision to not be fully implemented or took much longer and cost more than anticipated.

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