How to make decisions under pressure
How can we be fully effective when time becomes a scarce resource and the non-stop flow of demands prevents us from taking a step back? Without distance there can be no discernment, and without discernment, how can good long-term decisions be made? Every day, you make all sorts of decisions. Some have little strategic importance, while others are extremely significant and have a rapid impact on business performance. Unfortunately, even the best people sometimes make bad calls, because decisions stem from an extremely complex, unconscious process that sometimes ends with a mistake. To find out which of your decision-making strategies are most likely to lead you in the wrong direction, answer the following eight questions.