The term of re-engineering means “to start all over from the basics”.
We have to go back to the drawing-board or re-construct our life, either way.
For example my personal decision in 2013, to start from scratch and decide where to go in business, as an ex employee, was an act of a typical re-engineering as companies do.
A re-engineering includes the change of all processes and handlings, which then have to be re-constructed and the company or person has to discuss the new core competence. Old habits will fall and a new mindset is necessary to start all over and make it a success.
Re-engineering is a good example of what decision making takes in action:
- a strong will and need
- a necessary goal (to survive on the market! – or in life)
- a new core competence
- a new mindset
No need to go into further details, this list will be endless, depending on the companies´ goal and future production or service.
Every change asks for decisions. Change is a new companion on the market, change plays with everyone nowadays. Change especially increases its speed!
This speed asks for “fast” decision making. Fast decision making asks for being quickly informed or alternatively carrying the relevant information with us.
The internet delivers quick information but we have to “google” (just 1 search engine) first the information of which we think we need next. This step consumes time and slows us down.
As a result, fast decision making fails. What helps?
This is my takeaway for you:
We need to carry a certain “basic information” level. We can react and decide fast when we have a competent team and when we carry the relevant competence ourselves. Permanent learning is the answer! Be informed.
Never decide for making rationally uninformed decisions.
BE A DECISION MAKER. BECOME OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect –