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David Yeghiaian column: Ask questions, analyze situation to make decisions

7:36 PM, Jun. 14, 2013
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Making decisions is important in every organization. Regardless of role, employees make decisions every moment of every day. How we make decisions varies greatly.

There seem to be three types of decision makers. Arrogant decision makers are overly confident, willing to make any decision; paralysis decision makers are afraid to make decisions; and faith decision makers are those, guided by experience, advisers and other factors.

Faith decision makers are best for organizations. Arrogant are those too assertive, making reckless decisions, harmful to organizations. Paralysis are ...

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