Make sound choices in a timely way.
You don’t always have complete information before you must make a decision. In those cases you depend on your own judgment to make the best choice. You increase the odds of making the right decision if you avoid stereotypes, outmoded thinking, and other faulty beliefs about how things work and what should be done. After all, decisions aren’t based entirely on your knowledge of your work and your organization. They also draw from a broad range of sources, which you can cultivate with a healthy dose of curiosity, humility, a willingness to take risks, and a well-honed ability to synthesize disparate ...