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The Science of Decision Fatigue - Erin Wildermuth
1. Limit unnecessary or unimportant decision making

The most straightforward way to avoid decision fatigue is to make fewer unimportant decisions. Many successful men and women, for example, wear the same outfits each day. Eliminating or automating some decisions will help you save mental energy for other decisions.
2. Make important decisions first thing in the morning

Make important decisions in the morning. When possible, sleep on those decisions that pop up unexpectedly. A good...
decision  choice  business  management 
22 days ago by traggett
Yowza! A Nine-Step Decision Process to Help Guide Supply Chain Planning Selection
"A business decision for supply chain planning should focus on the selection of the technology that can drive better business outcomes. This often in direct opposition with the solution that minimizes the IT budget. For example, there are very few planning pilots where Oracle or SAP beat the competition on capabilities. I often tell clients, “What good is a cheap solution if it does not solve the business problem?” A focus on IT standardization is one of the primary reason for low business user satisfaction in the recent study shown in Figure 5."
demand  driven  digital  supply  chain  global  chains  sales  and  operations  planning  excellence  analytics  decision  support  production 
25 days ago by jonerp
the art of decision making as a product manager
management  decision  process 
28 days ago by pdurlej
Should Tech Designers Go With Their Guts — Or the Data? | WIRED
Data is incredibly useful for incremental, tactical improvement, but it must be tempered by another factor: our instincts.
article  data  design  decision 
4 weeks ago by sparkey

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