Sunday, 30 August 2020

A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making

If you are a leader at any level struggling to understand why your best intended decisions don’t work as expected, the chances are that you are mixing up the contexts in which you are making these decisions.

You certainly know that your actions depend on the situation, and that you can make better decisions by adapting your approach to changing circumstances. The question is which approach to use in a particular situation to avoid making the wrong decision when faced with systemic complexity and extreme uncertainty?

In their timeless article “A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making” David Snowden and Mary Boon provide some 7answers. Helpful for freeing yourself from habitual thinking driven by traditional management paradigms.

"A Leader's Framework for Decision Making"