Articles | May 14, 2020

A Decision Making Checklist for Management

Are You struggling to make decisions?

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Five questions to ask yourself

In the article, Allison suggests the following questions as a start point for making key decisions.

  1. What makes this decision difficult?
  2. What must be decided now, and what can be decided later?
  3. Who can help me make this decision?
  4. What tools and resources can help me consider my options?
  5. What are the consequences of making the wrong decision?

She also discusses how "understanding why a decision is hard may highlight your personal values and help you frame the challenge before you."

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