Tag Archives: Business Decisions

Conflicted Self-Interest Causes Business Irresponsibility

If you closely examine corporate disasters—so often in the news these days—such as products or accidents that injure or kill people, environmental messes, and public relations nightmares, you will usually find a common culprit: bad decision-making caused by conflicted self-interest. … Continue reading

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Business Decisions: The Good, The Bad, and The Responsible

Jack Welsh, the legendary former General Electric CEO, once said that the difference between great leaders and average ones is that great leaders make far more good decisions than bad ones. But all leaders, including great ones, make bad decisions. … Continue reading

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5 Business Decision Traps to Avoid

One way or the other, we all get paid to make good business decisions. Those who make more good decisions than bad ones likely will have longer, more successful, and happier careers. There are plenty of reasons bad decisions get … Continue reading

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