Planning to Make DECISIONS

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Watch our blog this week as Wayne presents you with a five step decision making process that works. Make sure your meetings produce actionable decisions.

Please feel free to share your concrete action steps for making decisions in your companies.

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  1. Many thanks for the clear message on getting matters resolved after each meeting. I will be sharing these tips with my collegues to ensure that our meetings are productive.

    • You’re welcome!

  2. There are two books on decision making, both are relevant and both describe different processes. In situations where the results are generally predictable, Smart Choices: A Practical Guide to Making Better Decisions . (Hammond, John S.; Keeney, Ralph L.; Raiffa, Howard. Harvard Business Review Press. Copyright © 1999 John S. Hammond, Ralph L. Keeney, and Howard Raiffa) works well. In situations where the results are unpredictable (i.e. what most entrepreneurs face) then Just Start: Take Action, Embrace Uncertainty, Create the Future (Schlesinger, Leonard A.; Kiefer, Charles F.. .Copyright © 2012 Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation All rights reserved) describes an excellent process. Both are useful and practical resources.

    • Excellent! Thanks!

  3. Hello, your videos had help me a lot. I’m the president of a family construction company. I will like to see videos about techniques for following up with different departments.

    • Great! Thanks, Lisette.

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