What You Will Learn
- Assess decision-making quality
- Analyze and manage personal and organizational frames that guide your decisions and learn how to manage those frames
- Better use of data and management of bias
- Understand how group dynamics impact decision making
- Put in place a process for learning from successes and failures
What You Will Do
- Understand why a sound decision-making process will yield more consistently favorable outcomes over time
- Learn how to mitigate common pitfalls that impact groups while making decisions
- Identify and map your stakeholders’ roles, power, and positions in order to manage them more effectively
- Write a personalized action plan to help you manage an upcoming group decision
Whatever your role or organization, most professionals must make a decision “now”—followed by another decision “now,” followed by yet another. It is also likely that you need to collaborate with a wide array of people in order to get this decision right.
The blistering pace of decision-making in today’s competitive business environment is enough to make anyone tired. But these very challenges can provide unprecedented opportunity and strategic advantage – if you can embrace the responsibility for making good, fast, frequent group decisions, and if you can do so better than your competitors.