The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
Although it may take a long time to pronounce it, The Vroom-Yetton-Jago Normative Leadership Decision Model’s aim is to save you time by making the decision-making process faster and easier.
While some people are able to make decisions on the spot without second guessing themselves, this ability is not innate to all of us. Learn More
The business world is ever changing, and thus, one important quality a leader in today’s professional world must possess is the ability to be a quick decision maker.
Taking weeks to pick a perfect candidate for an open position will probably result in that person accepting another offer. Learn More
It is important to find out as much as possible about a new employee prior to hiring them.
This individual will be joining your team, working day in and day out with you and the rest of your staff. Learn More
Do you have a hard time making decisions?
When you need to figure out a plan of action, do you take days to consider all the options, and can’t ever decide on the spot? Learn More
Most decision makers love this statement or various versions of it!
And data is the basis for a majority of transactions in business. And of course there isn’t a dearth of data, is there? “Big Data”, “Real World Outcomes”, small (limited) data, real-time data, structured data, unstructured data and the list is endless. Learn More
Some managers hesitate and procrastinate over decision making. This is generally because they are anxious about making the wrong decision and the possible consequences this might have. The best managers are prepared to make decisions quickly even if they are only 80% sure they are right. This is because delaying a decision can cause more problems than it solves. By acting quicker and anticipating the risks you may be able to still put the situation right. Procrastinating may leave this option unavailable. Learn More
It is probably one of the most stressful situations you would ever have to face at work…someone had been suspected, or accused, of theft. If you haven’t dealt with anything like this before, it can be daunting and frustrating to have to get to grips with it. Anna Bunting of Davis Blank Furniss has some ideas that might help in this situation: Learn More