Decision-Making Best Practice 18 – Dealing with Assumptions

All choices require the decision-maker to deal with a degree of uncertainty and ambiguity. Many times the information needed to make the highest quality decision simply does not exist, is unavailable to the decision-maker, or cannot be identified within the decision's needed timeframe.

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