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According to a McKinsey survey, inefficient decision-making costs a typical fortune 500 company 530,000 days of managers’ time each year, equivalent to about $250 million in annual wages. With more data available than ever, the ability to make decisions is still not easy.  Organizational dynamics, time spent in meetings, unclear roles, and the desire to have consensus can slow down or halt the process.  Being an efficient decision maker can create a competitive advantage for you and your team that leads to great results.

Topics include

  • Processes, tools and roles for making great decisions
  • Begin decisions with the end in mind
  • Asking the right questions in the right order
  • Avoiding decision making pitfalls
  • Translating the right decisions into yes
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