0261 Poor decision-making

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Poor decision-making #0261

Project risks • project risk timing

The risk here is less that poor decisions are made. A wrong decision is still better than no decision at all. Especially in large projects with many participants there are usually decisions to be made in every part. If a decision is not made, left vague or open, this can lead to delays and usually there is also double work. In a team, open decisions lead to confusion and excessive demands.

 

Countermeasures

For this reason, the person who is responsible for decisions should be clear right at the start of a project. Often this task falls to the client or the project manager, who has to consider this as a duty and not just as an option. If he or she lacks the necessary information to weigh up certain options, the team has the task of preparing a decision in the best possible way and thus effectively supporting the project manager.



 
 
 
 
 

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