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Strategic Due Diligence – Decisions are the ultimate leading indicators

In its most common usage, a leading indicator is defined as a metric that changes before the economy has changed, i.e. one that gives an advance notice of a change that is about to occur. Your decisions create your future.  This is … Continue reading

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Criteria: Core Competencies

The Decision Driven® Strategy pattern includes 2 decisions that can be used to discern, evaluate and prioritize your organization’s core competencies.  We separate core competencies into 2 classes: Process and Technology.   Based on my experience, most businesses treat these capabilities as different, … Continue reading

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Decision-a-week habit

My previous entry (The value of a decision) got me thinking further about the benefits of a decision-a-week habit.  By that, I mean the proactive decision-making discipline of shining the light on one decision each week.  This habit can help … Continue reading

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The value of a decision

I’m often asked to justify why a specific decision is worthy of an hour or two of analysis time and effort.  This is typically delivered as a form of pushback, “I would never spend that much time making a decision … Continue reading

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