Understanding and considering different perspectives is vital to coming to a properly considered major decision. Prof David A. Garvin reinforces the concept in this short video article from the Harvard Business Review.
Whenever we make a decision, whether it be in business or just going about our daily lives, we find ourselves relying on information; information that is presented to us by the mass media, business colleagues, superiors, subordinates, friends, associates and strangers...
In 2015 Chris Froome won the Tour De France for a second time bringing the overall tally for Team GB to three wins in four years! Team GB had not won the race in the preceding 99 years and then three wins came in quick succession – how?
Now I’ve gained your interest, let me explain why I believe that one of the most important attributes required of fighter pilots, ‘Situational Awareness’, is as pertinent to businesses and organisations as it is in air warfare.