“You cannot make progress without making decisions.” - Jim RohnThink about times when you have been involved in implementing a new decision involving a process, procedure, or change initiative. Individuals and teams make business decisions every day, but how do you know when you've made the right choice? What are your best practices for overcoming the resistance you have met as you implement a business decision? Many managers view decision making as an event. Decision-making is, in fact, a process. Managers who recognize decision making as a process increase their likelihood of making more effective decisions. Decision-making is a systematic process of coping with matters of concern to you, your group, or your organization.
TechnoFunc brings to you tools and training on planning the implementation of decisions, managing the implementation, and evaluating the decision once it has been implemented.