It’s possible to make uninterested, bad decisions. Where you don’t dig in, you don’t go into the detail, you don’t even listen to the pros and cons, you simply agree with the first idea that’s put on the table and get on with something else.
It’s possible to make tired, bad decisions. Where you’ve hammered the arguments all day, all week, all year and everyone it exhausted with the process. And then the next idea out of the bag gains a resigned consensus so we can all get on with something else.
It’s possible to make weak, bad decisions. Where it’s more about who is making the arguments than anything to do with what they say. Where keeping them sweet outweighs any interest in doing what’s right.
The way to make good decisions is to care, and do the best that you can.
Skippy strategy: Demand that you do the right thing.
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