Developing Team Decision Models

(Richard Millington) #1

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Leading up to our event last year, our event organizer asked us to make a dozen or more decisions per week (food, sponsor placement, filming vendors, microphone setup etc…). This happens often. The expert has to ask an authority (client/boss) to make a decision. This isn’t a good thing. It was far easier to give her a budget, a few loose limitations (legal issues, branding) and let her use her expertise to create the best event possible. She knows far better than us. It feels good to be asked to make a decision. You feel important. You feel your knowledge…