There’s an old saying that “two heads are better than one.” This section discusses two decision-making models that you may wish to use with your subordinates, although there is nothing to keep you from going through the processes on your own. They present logical approaches to decision making and are valid both on and off the job.
As an example, I have chosen to select a circular saw, but the process works for almost all comparisons, including choices such as selecting a new automobile or the right college for your child.
Assume that you have tested each model and that all are within your price range.
Follow along with the steps that are listed. Upon completion, your decision ...