Which Decision-making Model are you using?

When I entered the business world, the flavor of the month decision-making model was the Kepner Tregoe problem solving & decision-making model. Soon that was replaced by a model from a book, that is if I can remember its name– something like the 1001 things I did not learn at Harvard Business School. And, just […]

Flawed Decisionmaking is Dangerous

Every decision that an organization must make has four broad sets of implications. The obvious three sets of implications are operational, financial, and legal. Namely: Is it legal? How much will it cost? Can we implement it? The fourth set of implications is generally either ignored, delegated, or included in the process only on the […]