Analysis becomes paralysis when it causes you to miss opportunities.
Though approaching any decision with sound data is valuable, an overreliance causes an organization, team, or individual to fall behind.
The root of this behavior is often not caution but fear.
Whether the challenge exists with you or your team, this quick and easy process creates a commitment to action.
This exercise was inspired by a 2016 letter to Amazon shareholders.
In the letter, Jeff Bezos suggested taking action when you have about 70% of the information you wish you had.
He argued that if you waited until you had 90%, you were moving too slowly for the present pace of organizational culture and rapidly evolving and emergent competition.
This FREE PDF tool will increase your:
Determine the 'go/no-go' criteria that really matters in any decision.
Quickly make decisions without getting hung up on trivial details.
Neutralize the threat of missing meaningful opportunities.