Senior government leaders appear hesitant to make decisions or convert risks into opportunity even when presented with data that justifies a certain decision. Why?– Supervisor (GS-14), U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Decision-making is difficult in any organization given incomplete information, competing stakeholder demands and tight timeframes bearing down on leaders who are responsible for making any final call. And when you consider the impact, scrutiny and other constraints in government, it’s not surprising that they are hesitant to make decisions.
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