For leaders, making decisions consumes much of our time. From the mundane day-to-day decisions that all people have to make such as what to wear and what to eat to personnel decisions that alter the lives of others, we are constantly bombarded with decisions. How are we to make all these decisions well without giving mundane decisions the same power as life altering ones? How do we make decisions quickly and efficiently allowing others to do their work and also avoid being careless and haphazard? Our ability to make decisions effectively is likely the single most determining factor in our ability to thrive as a leader.
C. Randall Bradley