In a perfect world, big decisions would be allowed a lot of time to be made and come with all the pertinent information. Or, even better, decision time and support would be proportional to the impact. However, in today’s uncertain and rapidly changing business environment, such luxuries are rare.

Decisions of all shapes and sizes are often given little time for due consideration, and the decision-maker isn’t necessarily armed with the need-to-know facts and figures. That’s why simply maintaining the status quo is often a tempting alternative.

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