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Chapter 5. Defining decisions > Avoiding vague decision definitions

Avoiding vague decision definitions

Several problems can result from failing to define a decision clearly. Without a clear definition, you might approach the decision from the wrong viewpoint, overlook a key aspect of the issue, make a decision about the wrong issue, or address the symptoms of a problem instead of the root cause.

In addition, if potential solutions have been proposed, but you have not clearly defined the issue, then your final decision might be shaped by one of the proposed solutions instead of the core issue. As a result, the decision you make might not effectively address the issue.


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