During the last few decades, efficiency in traditional areas such as production, logistics and sales, for example, have improved considerably in most companies.
However, one area that has been neglected, or to put it in other words, that has great potential, is decision-making effectiveness. This becomes particularly obvious during both the acquisition of companies or mergers.
A structured and effective decision-making process — one that avoids ambiguities and names those people responsible for taking initiatives — will result in dividends in efficiency and success for the company. By minimizing conflicts, the culture benefits as well.
Take a look at the book Effective Decision-Making , under “Library”.
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