Options Development is Crucial to Good Decision Making Jul 3, 2012 / Comment / 200 views / / Favorite 0In business, it is important to have options. Before making a decision, a manger should list the options and then decide. Content: Article Author: John McCallum Source: Ivey Business Journal Subject: ManagementRelated Content“Let’s just go with it.”: The perils of decision neglect A Contrarian Approach to Decision-Making Are We Thinking Too Little, or Too Much? Are You Ready to Decide? Baba Shiv: How to Make Better Decisions Building Business Decision-Makers Closing the Decision Quality Gap Conquering Complexity With Simple Rules Contingent Capitalism: Planning and Decision Making in Emerging Markets Creating an Environment for Good Decision Making Cutting Your Losses: How to Avoid the Sunk Cost Trap Daniel Kahneman Daniel Kahneman: Beware the ‘inside view’ Daniel Kahneman’s Strategy for How Your Firm Can Think Smarter Debugging Executive Decision Making Deciding How to Decide Decision Effectiveness Quiz Decision Making Tools Decision Quality: Improving Value from Capital Allocation Decision Rights: Who Gives the Green Light? Early-Stage Research on Decision-Making Styles Four Blueprints for Ensemble Decision-Making Getting Out of Embed: The Role of Social Context in Decision Making Group Decision-Making Effectiveness: The Effect of Conflict High-Stakes Decision Making: The Lessons of Mount Everest How Americans Are Living Dangerously How CFOs can Keep Strategic Decisions on Track How Group Dynamics Affect Decisions How to Make Better Forecasts and Decisions: Avoid Face-to-face Meetings How to Test Your Decision-Making Instincts Instinct Can Beat Analytical Thinking Jonathan Bendor: A Toolkit for Solving Problems Leadership and Decision Making Let’s Get Persian Making Better Decisions over Time Making Difficult Decisions in Turbulent Times Money Changes Everything Need to Solve a Problem? Take a Break From Collaborating Outside Looking In: Maximize Project Success Rates with Premortem Strategy Peter Drucker on Making Decisions Philip Meissner, Olivier Sibony, Torsten Wulf Quote of the week: Why brainstorming is a bad idea Roskin on Decision Making Sometimes, Even The Best Leaders Just Go With It Strategic Decisions: When Can You Trust Your Gut? Team Decision Making in Complex, Time-Sensitive Environments The ‘Luxury Prime’: How Money Changes People The Art of Making Quality Decisions The Benefits—and Limits—of Decision Models The Business of Managing Decisions The Decision-Making Flaw in Powerful People The Downside of Deliberating: Why You May Not Want to Think it Over The Five Steps to Better Decisions The Five Traps of High-Stakes Decision Making The Four Rs of High-Stakes Decision Making The Secret Ingredient to Enterprise Decision Making The Success Equation: Untangling Skill and Luck in Business, Sports, and Investing The Unconscious Executive Think Again: First Instincts Aren’t All They’re Cracked Up to Be Too Conscious to Decide? What If Your Gut Is (Gasp!) Wrong? What the C-suite Should Know About Analytics Where High-Stakes Decision-Making Goes Wrong Whether to bet, reserve options or insure: Making certain choices in an uncertain world Why Making the Decisions the Right Way is More Important Than Making The Right Decisions Worry and Ignorance Like this content? Why not share it?Post navigation← Previous postFinancial Swiss Army Knife: A User-Friendly Tool for Facilitating Financial Analysis and Due DiligenceNext post →Behavior Lessons for Leadership and TeamworkMore Related PostsThales S. Teixeira, Renato MendesThree Degrees of Separation: How to Successfully Execute Divestitures6 Reasons Your Strategy Isn’t WorkingMission command: applying a military leadership philosophy to high-performance teamsWhy Corporate Purpose Statements Often Miss Their MarkLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. Receive a monthly newsletter of new content added (no spam)This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.