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Poor decisions with poor outcomes are common when a business engages in ‘wishful thinking’. Agreeing to pursue a course of action because of what the decision maker wants to occur is not always wise. Ignoring drivers, constraints and capabilities when focused on a … Continue reading
An athlete, in developing their skills will repeatedly ‘try’ various manoeuvres or activities until such time as either they master them, in which case they are ‘done’, or acknowledge that they are beyond their capacity to succeed. A diver will … Continue reading
‘Precrastination’ is a recently coined word, specifically used to describe behaviour which is characterised by impatiently undertaking tasks, frequently despite having inadequate information and with careless disregard of the risks. Precrastinators: Exhibit the need for applying speed over rigour, May … Continue reading
All businesses, whether they be small, one person operations, large multinationals or government agencies will benefit from understanding their delivery capabilities. Whilst relatively easy to say that a business must engage in a particular set of activities in order to … Continue reading
Indecision in selecting which of a number of options is the best one to throw at a business problem or situation which demands a response can be rife when insufficient information is available to the person responsible for its making. … Continue reading