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Why

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.

Posts Tagged ‘participation’

Golden Rule

Mar 25 2013

Golden RuleThe Golden Rule, Do unto others as you would have others do unto you, is all about participation and should be the first rule of Decision-Making. Everyone likes to be a part of the decision-making process and no one likes to be forced into anything. The lesson that I have learned over time and all the books agree is that participation fosters a sense of pride of ownership and promotes acceptance, while implementation by edict or persuasion is high risk and prone to failure. Great decision-makers and great leaders use participation because it improves the chances for a fast, smooth and successful implementation.

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