1. The process of choosing between multiple courses of action. 2. A necessary skill for moving projects forward.
Being right is nice, but we learn more when we're wrong. Conduct an "annual errors review" this year to identify negative patterns and break them.
By John Caddell
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By Mark McGuinness
How to keep a clear head and act as your best self when stress is trying to bring out the worst in you.
By Scott Belsky
It's natural to worry before making a big decision, but how much "due dilligence" is too much? We examine the pros (and cons) of looking before you leap.
"We're not good at everything, we're not good by ourselves," says Simon Sinek. Our ability to build trust and relationships is the key to our survival as a race, and to thriving as ideamakers.
By The 99U Team
Want to break through the bureaucracy that's stifling innovation at your company? Start by asking the right questions - and lots of them.
Indecisiveness is a productivity killer. We look at the science of decision-making, and how you can make better choices.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
To achieve great things, we must constantly question how we spend our time and energy. Get started by asking yourself these six questions right now.
Ever sent an email you immediately wanted to take back? Agreed to do a project and later regretted it? Some pointers on how to avoid bad decisions.