6 ways to avoid making a lousy decision

09/12/2011 | N2Growth.com

Bosses are only as good as their last decisions, so it pays to take time to ponder major decisions before taking the plunge, writes Mike Myatt. Start with situation analysis, then subject your plan to public scrutiny, weigh risks and rewards, and check for conscience pangs. Only then take action. "Don't fall prey to analysis paralysis, but rather make the best decision possible with the information at hand," Myatt advises.

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