Decisions matter. Organizations that handle decisions well achieve superior financial results. They also engage and motivate their employees—they become a "great place to work."
But what does it mean to handle decisions well? Great organizations make great decisions quickly and execute them effectively. They don't spend too much (or too little) effort in the process. The result: consistently high performance, year in and year out, and motivated employees who feel liberated from decision paralysis.
Based on extensive experience and research, AaronRichards presents the following five-step process for better decision-making:
Companies that master this process can improve their decision making and execution substantially, and will have the results to show for it.