Get Faster Decisions
The best strategies and most effective methods
● Contributes to the “bottom up“ operational theory ● A guide for those who aren’t happy with long waiting times for management-level decisions
How to get your supervisor to make quicker decisions
The ability to make consistently good, quick decisions can bring a company competitive advantages but is, however, sadly lacking in most situations. Employees often complain about the inertia of their bosses who, in turn, complain about something else, such as what they may see as unhelpful decision-making documents or policy.
In this book, the author introduces many practical examples which show how decisions can be made swiftly at top management level, and how this in turn reflects positively in the contribution of the employees, their expectations, and the general success of a company. Developing quick decision-making abilities is demonstrated as a process of self-empowerment, which ultimately helps a whole company, from the simple employee to the top manager.
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