Very good comment. I often speak on the subjects of decision making, portfolio management and business cases, and without fail I get inquiries from people looking for canned answers. It does not work that way.
The important point you are making relates to the transparency of the decision criteria. Sometimes, top decision makers choose to keep it concealed, for any number of reasons. It's a losing proposition, frankly. You have to know as much as possible about it when you put your case together.
Thanks for this comment.
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