Decision-Making Process and Its Essence for Manager's Job
Together they came up with a plan how make a business more successful. Since the early 1990s, Schnatter and Oney have developed a top-rate team of leaders (managers) who are helping the company experience explosive growth, people such as Blaine Hurst, Papa John’s president and vice chairman; Drucilla “Dru” Milby, the CFO; Robert Waddell, president of Papa John’s Food Service; and Hart Boesel, who heads up franchise operation (John C. Maxwell Chapter 20). This story is an example of very good decisions when it came to hire a people. Manager’s decision make a future for company!
To summarize all, I would like to tell that decision-making process is not easy, especially if organizations future depends on it. Even if we all make a decisions for every situation, not all of them are easy. Flipping a coin not always can be the answer. There is no written receipt for success in decision-making. Sometimes you must trust to your gut, sometimes just go with intuition, but sometimes structure your decision. Decision-making is a skill that needs to be practiced every day. Someone is born with good sense to see result of every decision, someone learn it in a hard way. But we all can do it, if we try. Every manager can improve his decision-making skills. Just need to analyze which information is important. Don’t be afraid from changes, to discuss problems publicly! Organization’s problems concern not only managers, but all employees there. Always need reflect and evaluate decisions. That can help you understand how good or bad it was, what should be changed to improve it for next time. Sometimes one bad decision and unwillingness to learn from mistakes can destroy all organization’s future, like in Ford’s story. Choose what you want to be – good or bad manager in decision-making process! Manager can be judged by his or hers skills of decision-making proce
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