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Diversity and inclusion in decision-making

2017-10-23 Leadership
In very simplistic terms, and strictly from a business perspective, leaders have to perform two main tasks: make decisions, and implements those decisions. There’s usually subjectivity and uncertainty associated with these, making it very hard — if not impossible — to reach to objective, unbiased decisions. This is especially true if there’s only one individual making them. On the other hand, groups can offer two critical benefits to the quality of the decision making process and its results: more information, and more perspectives. Continue reading