Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman, HBR Blog Network, September 1, 2014

“What causes well-meaning people to make poor decisions?” In an effort to understand the root cause of poor decision making, this article’s authors looked at 360-feedback data from more than 50,000 leaders and compared the behavior of those who were perceived to be making poor decisions with that of the people perceived to be making very good decisions. Nine factors emerged as the most common paths to poor decision making. […read more]