Making a Big Decision? Don’t Wait for Everyone to Agree | Inc.com

We’ve already seen why consistently making high quality decisions (and executing them) is the key to business success.

For some organizations, their ability to do this–to pump out good, actionable decisions and then make them happen–is strangled by one seemingly well-meaning intent: the search for consensus.

Particularly for those teams with a high Synergist contingent, the concept of consensus is often defined as 100-percent agreement– unless everyone agrees, we don’t have an actionable decision.

Not only does this not need to be so (even the dictionary definition of consensus doesn’t demand it), trying to obtain 100 percent agreement to every decision will bring your business’s growth to a grinding halt.

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via Making a Big Decision? Don’t Wait for Everyone to Agree | Inc.com.

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About Ganesh Srinivasan Consulting

Management Consultant from India with International Solutions Selling, Projects Implementation, Joint Venture, Collaboration and Procurement experience Building a Global Team of Consultants and Niche Products and Services

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