We all have decision making preferences. It pays to pause and figure it out especially for moments when we are paralysed.
From the Blog on decision making
Infrastructure shapes us. How we design our homes, our communities, our roads, our gardens, impacts how we live and feel in the space.
Designs and blueprints are made, but there are always, always, countless decisions being made by those coding and building the product or system.
Our inability to say ‘no’ can be a form of the resistance. It lets others set our agenda for us. Figuring out your ‘yes’ is your most important task.
100 percent is easier than 98 percent, so says Clayton Christensen. It reduces decision fatigue and changes organisational culture.
The point of discussing issues and decisions in which there is no single right answer is to build your team and its culture.
A report is a snapshot in time helping us see what is present and what is not. Diversity in decision making in the humanitarian world needs improvement
A pint of prevention equals a gallon of cure. Every dollar invested in prevention saves 10 in response. The variation of sayings like these are many. The most common current one has been about flattening the curve. And the hardest part of the argument or the selling...
When we use the language of war it frames discussions into black and white. In crises, we need a rainbow of perspective, not just black and white.