Cloverpop Blog : High Performance Decision Making (2)
Our research shows that humble leaders with the courage to be vulnerable create exceptionally decisive organizations. That is the fundamental insight from my seven years of..
At Cloverpop, we share and track every significant business decision we make in Slack. I mean that literally — we write down all our important decisions and track them in Slack..
More and more companies are using frameworks like DACI, RACI and RAPID in an attempt to improve decision-making by assigning clearer decision-making responsibilities...
We just released an easy and powerful new Cloverpop for Slack feature -- build buy-in fast by asking people how likely they are to support your decisions. It’s quick, inclusive..
In the past, change was slow. Business leaders believed if they made the right choices from “the list” of well-scoped projects, and the projects ran according to plan, they would..
It’s hard to overstate how much business success relies on better, faster decision making. Bain & Company research found that decision making effectiveness drives 95% of business..
It’s my business to understand the role of bias when it comes to making decisions. Some of the most difficult biases cause people to dig their heels in when presented with..
New Cloverpop research shows that as companies get bigger, their decision effectiveness declines. That means most large companies earn sub-par D grades for decision-making,..
We are proud to announce that Cloverpop now provides the only system of record for business decisions, allowing you to track, communicate and improve decisions across the..
Our free new white paper shows there are seven key decision practices that distinguish top performing companies and act as practical benchmarks for the rest to improve and..
Most companies have a fairly specific method for making decisions. It may not be perfect. It could probably be improved with a more inclusive slate of people informing decisions...
“Every day at Amazon is Day 1,” according to its CEO Jeff Bezos. He has reminded employees of this for decades -- Amazon will never stop being a startup. He even went so far as..