Category Archives: Opinion

High level decision making

A client involved in high-level government decision-making made an observation the other day. We were talking about how decisions actually get made out there in the real world. He suggested that senior decision-makers should either immerse themselves in enough detail … Continue reading

Decision making – beware the chasm!

Decision making is generally a social process involving a number of ‘decision-makers’, discussing different angles, sharing perspectives, considering ramifications of potential choices, and so on. Sometimes it also needs to be a technical process, involving subject matter experts, analysts, and … Continue reading