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Decision method right-sized
February 25th, 2020 by Craig Freshley
In principle, the amount of energy (time, money, etc.) invested in a group decision should be in proportion to the amount of impact it’s likely to have. The magnitude of the impact is a combination of how many people are affected, how deeply, and for how long into the future. Consensus decisions are best suited to …read more
February 18th, 2020 by Craig Freshley
In principle, advice works best when it is solicited and unconditional. Practical Tip: Generally, don’t give advice unless asked. Who are you to say that you know best, especially when you have not walked in the other’s shoes? If you give advice only when asked you are on solid ground and minimize reasons for regrets. …read more