We had a strategy, we assembled a great team of folks who had been successful in their prior jobs, we met on a regular basis, we used a bunch of co-working tools to foster collaboration...but we still couldn't seem to make great, impactful decisions! Sound familiar?
We've been conditioned to think that make decisions is easy; after all, we make hundreds of decisions each day. But what we forget is that most of those are subconscious, requiring little or no functional brain power.
Making a real decision, one which affect money, people and other large-scale problems, is hard.
So, what can you do to make it easier? The first thing we recommend is to use a framework. Frameworks are simply a standardized method to guide you through the process of making the decision. There are numerous advantages that flow from frameworks, but the best, we think, is that it eliminates the bickering about how you and the group are going to go about the task of decision making. Everyone will assume that you have put hours of research into designing the process. Well done, you!
We've developed a simple framework, in the form of a checklist, to help you. Essentially you need to address five areas to make great decisions:
Please contact us for a free introductory conversation. It may be the best decision you'll make all day.