Leaders make decisions

2 thoughts on “Leaders make decisions”

  1. Drucker’s insights are timeless. Thank you.

    The comments you shared are consistent with Paul Nutt’s research into why so few business decisions (40%) ever get fully implemented. Professor Nutt (Ohio State) found that the single greatest contributor to the successful implementation of an organizational decision is involving the people impacted by the decision in the decision proccess. A big DUH!, I know–but something many leaders fail to do.

  2. Absolutely! It’s so easy to sit alone in an office and make plans for the whole organization. Listening and involving others in a decision is much more difficult and time consuming (for most people). But in the long run it always yields better results!

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