Diligent Decision Making

Under-diligence can result in shoddy work and failure to identify risks and obstacles.  Over-diligence can eat budget and schedule, delaying the improvements your company will reap once the ERP implementation is done.  Diligent Decision Making balances the need to flush out real issues with the necessity of making progress. Diligent Decision Making is about maintaining focus on what has been defined as important, rather than on the squeakiest wheels or the tyranny of the schedule. 

Is Diligent Decision Making a management skill?  Yes, in part.  But a decision-making and accountability framework can make the decision making process more transparent and more focused, since it provides a criteria system that defines what a good decision is.

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