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Mera Baker Why Decisions Fail: 3 common reasons: rush to judgment, misuse their resources and use failure prone tactics. Failure traps and ways to avoid them: (7) o Not taking charge by reconciling claims (find claims that stakeholders can support and include others in the decision-making process.) o Failing to deal with the barriers to taking action o Ambiguous directions (being clear mobilizes support and guides the search for solutions) o Limited search for a solution, and no innovation ( don’t embrace a quick fix, seek innovation) o Misusing evaluations o Overlooking ethical questions (create forums and mediation for people to voice their opinions regarding ethical concerns) o Failing to learn (being honest and upfront about your mistakes helps others and yourself learn from the situation. Blink! Quick decision-making can be just as good as decisions made cautiously and deliberately in many situations. 2 types of decision-making techniques:
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