In our fast-paced, interconnected world, the benefits of collaboration can sometimes collide with the need to make quick decisions. In this session we explore a number of approaches and factors to consider in decision-making processes. Between deciding alone and full delegation, there are also other options for involving others that can be more or less effective – it all depends on the situation and how well the decision making parameters are understood.
- Discuss the challenges of collaborative decision making in today’s dynamic and complex organizational environment
- Analyze the key factors involved in selecting an effective decision-making approach
- Share specific practices to inform and improve your decision-making processes
Target Audience: Leaders, supervisors, and coordinators — applicable to a variety of decision-making situations.