Posts Tagged ‘decision making’

Instinct or Impulse?

Who do you trust when making quick decisions? Is your instinct always reliable? As a matter of fact, we think it is.  The difficulty comes in determining if what you are following is your instinct, or actually your impulse. Is your decision based on your gut, or based on your gluttony? How do you tell…

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My Udemy Courses

That’s right: I also have several online courses available for purchase on the Udemy platform. See below for a description of the current selection, and subscribe to my newsletter to be alerted when I add new courses. Effective Decision Making in Business How to Be a Successful Freelance Consultant Master your Meetings See all my…

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Decision Making Options – Reader Comment

Last month I shared a Reading Room post about Decision Making; it was a series of links to popular methodologies for making decisions. A reader question requested some more information on these methods in action. Ryan Williams is the president of Websuasion, an app development company, and he asked: Thanks for this breakdown, Rebecca. Our…

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Tradition is not a Strategy

In business, tradition is a terrible reason to do something. “That’s the way we’ve always done it” is not an effective evaluation of strategy. And don’t even get me started on “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. (To summarize my view on this: always consider fixing it, there might be a better way to…

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Reading Room – Decision Making

Decision Making in business is a common subject of mine. This blog is about strategy, and strategy is about knowing how and when to make the right decisions. In addition, I have been quoted on the NCR Silver blog on this topic, and one of my Udemy courses is a framework for making group decisions…

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Quoted: How to Make Better Business Decisions

I am delighted to feature once again in the NCR Silver blog, courtesy of a writer Meg Hall. How to Make Better Business Decisions Seeing my online course: Effective Decision Making in Business, Meg and I had an exchange about how business owners and leaders can make their decisions impactful for the long term. Click…

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It’s Time to Start Enjoying Business Process

I mean… what’s not to enjoy? Building a process that begins at point A, understands the arrival point B, and connects all those dots with effective steps and outcomes is actually the sort of thing I might do for fun. But then, that’s why I am in this job and my clients are in theirs,…

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How I Work – Decision Making

ManagementstudyGuide.com has a lesson on Decision Making: it is 21 chapters long. Guess who doesn’t have time to read 21 chapters about decision making? Business owners who are making a dozen decisions a day. Formal Problem Solving is a multi-step process that includes interviews, reports, meetings and project management, and it is completely unrealistic in…

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