All decisions need careful implementation. For a small decision, that might mean thinking about how you will announce a simple change in procedures to staff. Other decisions may have a significant impact on the organisation and require a project team and months of work to be properly implemented.
This Section outlines seven models that you can use to ensure successful implementation of your decisions. Often it is the implementation which is most neglected in the decision-making process. Sadly, it is still the case that some managers believe that by issuing an instruction their decision will be magically implemented exactly as they envisaged it. If only wishing made it so.