Developing Common Sense

Posted March 31, 2004 | Leadership |

[Excerpted from an article in the March 1995 issue of Cutter IT Journal . Used here with permission from the ITABHI Corp.]

Commonsense decision making separates the great companies from the merely good. True common sense, however, is not innate but acquired.

The great companies have learned -- most often after suffering painful failures -- that commonsense decision making requires:

About The Author
Robert N. Charette is a Fellow with Cutter Consortium and a member of Arthur D. Little’s AMP open consulting network. He is also President of ITABHI Corporation and Managing Director of the Decision Empowerment Institute. With over 40 years’ experience in a wide variety of technology and management positions, Dr. Charette is recognized as an international authority and pioneer regarding IT and systems risk management. Along with being a… Read More
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