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Your Decisions Resources

Leaders are paid to make the important decisions.  They need to ensure that the organization’s decision making process is fact-based and inclusive otherwise it just becomes a battle of opinions. and , when it comes to opinions, the person with the most power typically wins.

Why Leaders Must Stay Focused and the Risks of Dropping the Ball

  In today’s whirlwind business environment, where change is the only constant, the role of focused leadership is more critical than ever. The essence of leadership lies in not just overseeing but actively engaging with and steering the organization’s vision and day-to-day operations. This kind of leadership attention is the bedrock upon which successful, agile,

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Managing Your Business Risk Effectively

Introduction: Navigating the complex world of business risk is a critical aspect of steering your company towards success and sustainability. The array of potential risks can be overwhelming, from economic fluctuations to technological advancements. This blog is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of these risks and introduce an effective tool for managing

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Two Different Approaches to Grow Your Business: Scale or Replication

  Scaling and replication are two different approaches to organically grow your business. Scaling involves increasing the size and scope of your existing business operations, while replication involves creating a duplicate of your business operations in a new location or market using the same business model, products or services, and branding. Scaling is when you

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    Favorite Articles

  • Four Pillars of Decision-driven Analytics

    In a new book titled Decision-Driven Analytics: Leveraging Human Intelligence to Unlock the Power of Data, professors and behavioral scientists Bart De Langhe and Stefano Puntoni challenge the idea that our decisions should be driven by data. Rather, they argue that the power of data can only be realized by putting data in the background. In this excerpt from their book, […]

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  • Before You Make That Big Decision…

    When an executive makes a big bet, he or she typically relies on the judgment of a team that has put together a proposal for a strategic course of action. After all, the team will have delved into the pros and cons much more deeply than the executive has time to do. The problem is, […]

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  • How to Talk to Your Team About a Decision You Disagree With

    When you’re part of a company’s management structure, there will be moments when you’ll have to represent a decision your bosses made that you don’t agree with to your team. Carrying the proverbial flag on behalf of the powers-that-be won’t feel good, but that’s part of the job. Barring a decision or action that is […]

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  • moneygeek

    Website focused on saving, growing, and spending your money and protecting the things you love.  Offers free, expert-driven advice and tools that help you make the best personal finance decisions.

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  • The Ultimate List of Visual Risk Management Techniques

    Risk management is a process in which risks are identified and controlled proactively. It allows businesses to improve their chances of success by minimizing threats and maximizing opportunities. Risk management is essential to a business as it helps prevent financial losses and increase revenue.  Other benefits of risk management include, Help to identify projects that […]

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    Reading Excerpts

  • Reflections On Life and Leading Book Excerpts – Part 2

    Very few of us have a life curve that is only upward sloping. The difference is that “lucky” people just do not let their periods of adversity define them in unhelpful ways. They just keep plugging away, learning from their mistakes, continuing to believe in themselves, and taking calculated risks anyway. Their worldview is usually […]

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  • Reflections on Life and Leading Book Excerpts – Part 1

      Your Life: I have always thought that the whole concept of work life balance is a bit of an illusion. It is difficult for me to imagine someone who has a life that is always completely in balance. Things don’t always work out this way. It’s like the idea of a fifty-fifty partnership or […]

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  • On Leadership and Business Book Excerpts Sections 3-5 by Ed Robinson

        “Leadership is lifting a person’s vision to high sights, the raising of a person’s performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations.” —Peter Drucker   Part Three: It Takes Vision If you ask the average employee of the typical company why the company exists, what sets it […]

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