We all know that making decisions is a basic function of being alive. The same, of course, is true at work; we make decisions every day about how to perform our tasks and how to confront issues that arise. As with anything else, there is a right way and wrong way to make decisions. Without understanding how to approach your decisions rationally and objectively, you are setting yourself up for failure.
- The definition of rational decision-making, and
- The six steps of the rational decision-making process