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Decision making can be a complicated process, especially in a business setting. Countless figures, projections, ideas, and views can complicate matters, even before a choice is made. And successfully implementing a decision can be just as much a challenge. As a result, many individuals find using a structured process for decision making takes away much of the chaos and uncertainty. One such structure those business owners, managers, and others in charge of implementing change might find useful is E. Frank Harrison's six-step process of decision making.
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