POV Harvard Business Review: The Effective Decision

Point-of-View: The Effective Decision Harvard Business Review (HBR) January/February 1967 Summary: Every decision is a risk-taking judgment. Effective executives make decisions as a systematic process with clearly defined elements in a distinct sequence of steps. Decision-Making Process: classify the type of problem (generic, unique), define the problem, specify the answer (must accomplish), decide what is right (not acceptable), build into the decision the action to carry It out, test the validity of the decision (vs. actual course of events) Most Read More …

The 1 through 10 of Healthcare’s Mission to Margin

  Healthcare is one of the oldest industries around. We need it. Good news for me on the job security front, but a little more concerning when I consider the big picture: In the US, we can’t afford rising healthcare costs and the horizon is shifting yet again, which means, wait for it… more costs! How did our healthcare ecosystem become this accidental wasteland, and how do we slow rising costs when we need to keep changing? When I started Read More …