Why Decisions Shouldn’t Be Judged By Outcomes

Simply put — give as much thought to the process as you give to the outcome.

A good decision is different from a good outcome. Photo by Elena Mozhvilo on Unsplash

A good decision is different from a good outcome.

About decisions

Decisions will always be a set of assumptions about hundred or thousands of smaller decisions we’ll be making along the way.

About outcomes

Punishing bad outcomes is basically punishing people for making decisions.

How do we judge decisions then?

Decisions can only be as good as the systems that create them.

I’m an engineering manager and entrepreneur who loves exchanging ideas and helping others become better at what they do. I run a blog at techmanagement.life

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