Good decisions come from experience and experience comes from making bad decisions.
– Mark Twain
Decision-making is a key aspect of every management process. While making decisions may seem so hard, getting people to go along with them is in itself a challenge. The commitment is employees must be retained and their support earned in a bid to make things happen.
For effective decision-making in an organization, managers must improve their analytical ability and take a fact-finding posture. They must separate facts from opinions because it is only when they have all the facts that they can go for the best alternative. Adopting a systematic approach to the situation is also important in order to identify possible courses of action, weigh them up and decide what to do.
It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.
Time decides who you meet in life, your heart decides who you want in life, and your behaviour decides who stays in your life.
– Ziad K Abdelnour