How to Establish a Healthy Decision Culture
At the heart of any healthy corporate culture is a healthy decision culture. Clarity of purpose, transparency of process, and commitment to follow-through all confer a high degree of confidence in decision making at all levels of the organization.
But beyond the obvious, there are dozens of dysfunctional behaviors that can undermine an organization’s decision culture. In a series of informal polls, we have demonstrated repeatedly that these dysfunctional practices show up across many different types of organizations, despite the fact that overcoming them would be extremely valuable.
Join this webinar to learn how to establish a healthy decision culture, including:
- The dysfunctional behaviors that might signal your decision culture is in trouble
- Tools to diagnose the current state of your decision culture
- The most counterintuitive sign of a healthy decision culture
- How to build the commitment that’s needed to improve your decision culture
Carl Spetzler is an author, speaker, and consultant with more than 40 years of experience working with top management and boards to make value-creating strategic decisions in the face of uncertainty. He is the lead author of Decision Quality: Value Creation from Better Business Decisions (Wiley, 2016). Carl is chairman and CEO of management consulting firm Strategic Decisions Group.
Jennifer Meyer is a senior engagement manager with Strategic Decisions Group, where she routinely works with leadership and project teams to choose strategies that improve and embody a healthy decision culture. She has extensive experience developing and delivering courses on cognitive biases and their effect on decision making. With Carl, she is a coauthor of Decision Quality.