Decision-making involves a degree of risk that increases with the complexity of the decision to be made. Good decisions not only yield desired results but also minimize the risk exposure of the individual or organization making and executing the decision. While there are many ways to minimize decision risk, one that is often overlooked is the ongoing evaluation of the execution of the decision-making process itself.
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