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Making no Decision at All
Y Srinivas Rao, Manager, India, Member
Should the Indian way of decision making - "no decision at all" be construed as a decision? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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No Decision at All? The Palaver
jan gieszen, Entrepreneur, Netherlands, Member
Go with a team of managers, "hands" or clients and start a palaver . The Indian way.
The target of a palaver is getting something done in the livelihood of the people. So the organisation, the environment, the client sphere, home of the organisers or hands... Every voice and hand counts... Makes a voice. Is understood and placed and put. One knows when the things are said. The action planning is ripe and it is clear what to do next and who should do it. The palaver is over and every one and all do what needs to be done...
Both palaver and ubuntu can be paired.
 

 
Silence is Sometimes Seen as Agreement
is150, CEO, Malaysia, Member
Some individuals/organizations/cultures will treat silence as agreement.
The other party should be aware of that.
 

 
Not doing anything is also a decision
Ching Yang, Teacher, United Kingdom, Member
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When is it Best to Decide not to Decide?
Andrew Blaine, Business Consultant, South Africa, Member
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