CWS 3.0: August 7, 2013

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Orchestrate Decisions

Decision-making is often an orchestrated process by which the manager engages other people in reaching a conclusion, rather than a solo process, writes Ron Ashkenas at the HBR Blog Network. He shares examples of how to facilitate this kind of engaged decision-making.

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