Tag: decision-making systems

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Information Management

Why Organizations Still Struggle With Deploying AI

Organizations claim that AI is vital to their business survival, but deployment levels still lag. Why is this?

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Leadership

With Decision-Making, You Have to Go Slow to Go Fast

In the realm of decision-making, it would be great to be able to make good decisions quickly. But first, we need to make good decisions smoothly.

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Talent Management

Overcoming Analysis Paralysis: When Overthinking Stymies Action

Sticking with what's “comfortable” in business won't help guide your company or your workforce into the future. So what's holding you back?

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Leadership

Who Makes the Decision?

Over the years a variety of techniques to detail who’s who in making a decision have emerged, none of them perfect.

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Leadership

Deciding How to Decide

While we all like to believe we make rational decisions, the reality is we jump into decisions we justify later, with demonstrable impacts on our businesses.

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Leadership

Design by Committee Is Destroying Your Digital Transformation

We’re all familiar with design by committee — and we all undoubtedly hate it — but why does it happen?

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Leadership

Did Leaders’ Decision-Making Improve During Lockdown?

As well as our human biases, “system noise” can create as much, if not more errors in our decision-making. Remote work may have mitigated some of those effects.