Making Better – and Faster! – Decisions

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Watch our blog this week as Wayne shares seven tips to help you make better decisions.

We would love to hear what innovative decision making tools you use in your companies. Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section.

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  1. Do something…even if it is wrong!

    One of your recent blogs mentioned leadership and something along the lines of “he wasn’t a bad leader because he made bad decisions….he was a bad leader because he wouldn’t make any decisions.”

    • I definitely lean in that direction, Mike. Founding entrepreneurs usually have an incredibly strong bias for action. They have the luxury, early on, of making mostly unilateral decisions. Unfortunately they don’t – perhaps CANNOT – teach their successors to make group decisions, and that’s where many fambiz break down. Thank you.

  2. A quote that I often share when mentoring younger staff:

    “It is better to be boldly decisive and risk being wrong than to agonize at length and be right too late.”
    Marilyn Moats Kennedy

    • Sweet! Great quote. Thanks, Jason!

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