Category Archives: Leadership & Decision-Making

Decision Overload

Better big decision by timing big decisions. Last year I finished a research project with CFOs. The goal was to identify the best practices for squeezing maximum impact out of capital budgets. One pronounced finding was a scathing indictment against … Continue reading

Posted in Biases & Traps, Leadership & Decision-Making

The ROI of Follow-Up

Making time to review earlier proposals and decisions is hard… very hard.   But it’s still one of the best time investments a leader can make. When operating budgets are squeezed, we usually cut the training budget first.  It’s an … Continue reading

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Can Do!

Setting stretch goals only AFTER the decision is made Continue reading

Posted in Biases & Traps, Leadership & Decision-Making, Valuations

Minority Report

The full picture includes the messy conflicts. Continue reading

Posted in Leadership & Decision-Making, Team Effectiveness

The Debunked Devil

Nothing, but NOTHING, replaces genuine dissent. Continue reading

Posted in Leadership & Decision-Making, Team Effectiveness