By Mark D. Bennett
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You just dumped this huge issue on the table that you have already thought about. ” Be on the Lookout for Decision “Gold” Sometimes valuable nuggets hide in people’s early comments about their points of view. If something significant pops up early, note it in some way so you can come back to it later. For example: • Important values to discuss in more detail later: “I would like to hear from everyone first, but let’s make sure we come back to John’s comment about my parents. ” • Possible solutions to be considered at the appropriate time: “Before we move to solutions, can we talk more about what’s important to all of you?
Skilled decision-makers understand that early and open dialogue is a valuable investment of time and energy. The investment does not always provide an immediate return, but over time, the benefits can be substantial. Talking and listening only to ourselves or to our inner circle of trusted advisors will not give us the depth or scope of understanding we need. You must dig deeper into what others believe is important. You need to pay attention to diverse positions and solicit participation from people who have a stake in the issue, especially when they disagree with you.
Is this a signal to others that bottom-line financial considerations will rule—that the human element is not part of the mix? In an interdisciplinary team, if the technical members state, “Fundamentally, this is an engineering decision,” do the power relationships at the table shift, based on who has this expertise? Some other common labels or categories of decisions include: personnel, strategic, national security, legal, executive, marketing, quality, and moral. Sometimes we label decisions deliberately.
A Field Guide to Good Decisions: Values in Action by Mark D. Bennett