The Best Choice

Whether it is a decision about your best strategy or the best production plan on a project learning how to make effective choices is critical.

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Leadership Tools: The Best Choice is the one you make, the one you commit to, and the one you learn from.

If you have involved a good team then reasonably debated the options and the choice is still not clear then the best decision is usually to just decide.  




Succession Fact #3: Trust Between Parties
Succession Fact #3: No exit strategy or deal structure will work without trust between all major stakeholder groups. Whether it is a large and complex project or a business ownership transition, there will never be a “perfect” set of documents or plan.
Uncomfortably Exciting - Being a S.M.A.R.T. Leader
Managers must set goals that are S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time Bound. Leaders must be stretching their teams toward objectives are beyond what anyone believes they can achieve.
Issue 7 of 9: Growth Strategy
Construction Ownership Transition Issue 7 of 9: In general, with all other key factors including cash flow, profitability, and customer satisfaction being equal, a contractor that is growing will be able to better handle an ownership transition.