Effective decision making is the process of arriving at decisions that are timely, informed and reasonable. This can involve the generation of ideas, research, consulting experts and stakeholders, modeling a decision and the bravery to choose the decision that you believe to be correct. Effective decisions are made by an individual who is accountable for the decision. Decisions made by groups such as committees without an individual who is accountable are likely to be irrational. The following are examples of techniques that can be used in the formation of effective decisions followed by a guide to each.
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Effective Decision Making
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Flipping a coin is a well known technique that is used for decisions that are too close to call or as a form of arbitration.
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