Great teams understand that they must be able to make timely decisions and commit, even when the outcome is uncertain and not everyone initially agrees. It’s the desire for consensus and the need for certainty that prevents many teams from achieving commitment and moving forward.
Teams that fail to commit find themselves revisiting discussions and decisions again and again. They encourage second-guessing which creates ambiguity and lack of confidence about the team’s direction and priorities. Whether its avoidance of risk, excessive analysis, or fear of failure, a lack of team commitment means delay and lost opportunities. It … Continue reading