In the first installment of the LABUR podcast series, “Bigger Isn’t Better, Better Is Better,” a podcast series we created to explore cost, size, technology and the core characteristics that go into successful IT consulting, we start first with the decision-making paradigm.
At the root of all projects – all of business – are decisions. Reactive decisions are often the catalyst for an ongoing series of unplanned actions and results. Continue making reactive decisions, and it is easy for a project to completely get away from core objectives and desired outcomes.
Joining us in this first podcast episode is Darrin Lang, CEO and co-founder of LABUR, and Marc Parmet, strategic advisor.
In this episode, we explore:
– What causes reactive decision making?
– What are the biggest costs associated with reactive decision making?
– How can organizations avoid being reactive in their decision making?
We also talk through some contemporary examples of reactive decisions and what some of the consequences were as a result of being poorly planned.
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