The More A Company Lacks Goals And Objectives, The More Time It Takes To Make Good Decisions!! ─ Law #43
When managers are making hundreds of decisions every hour, most of them have to be based on a good feel for the situation in order to be made quickly.
It is easier to make good decisions faster when the goals and objectives of the company are burned into the decision maker’s brain.
Without a big picture view, these decisions have to be pondered and discussed in greater detail, slowing down the decision making process and limiting the empowerment of a broader range of personnel.