Many employers have yet to decide what their future hybrid working arrangements will be. With 68% of employees still unclear on how they will be… Read More »Hybrid Working: Who should decide? Managers or Employees?
We all have biases that affect how we view the world. These biases potentially impact behaviour in negative ways and distort our view of reality.… Read More »10 Biggest Biases that Impact Decision Making: Numbers 5 – 1
Bias affects us all and influences every almost every aspect of our professional lives. It influences our actions and decisions such as what job we… Read More »10 Biggest Biases that Impact Decision Making. Numbers 10 to 6
Everywhere we turn at the moment there’s another headline about returning to the office and it is exposing some seemingly entrenched views. One person I follow… Read More »Hybrid – Are you asking the right question?
Here’s a quick tip for defusing “turf wars” and “power struggles”! When 2 managers or teams are arguing over the right solution for a decision… Read More »How to Defuse Turf Wars During Decision Making
Is your team guilty of making pseudo decisions? These are ideas that sound good at the time, but are ridiculous in retrospect. Pseudo-decisions don’t solve… Read More »Is Your Team Guilty of Making Pseudo Decisions?
The European Super League was a very high profile example of how not to make decisions. It shows that senior leaders supported by the best… Read More »5 Reasons Why the Super League Was a Failed Exercise in Decision Making
“Yes” or “No” is a fundamental issue in decision making. A binary decision is a choice between two alternatives. For instance between taking a specific action… Read More »Binary Choices are for Computers, Not for Humans