Decision Making: Who Should Be Involved?

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Source: Kepner-Tregoe | Published: December 20, 2013

Effective decisions require clear thinking about information, commitment, and potential conflict. That means clear thinking requires careful consideration about who should be involved in making the decision. Involving the right people can be the difference between a decision that advances the organization’s goals and one that results in ambiguity and inconsistency. These five questions can help determine when and if others should be involved in making key decisions.