If leaders could make decisions without getting overwhelmed or impeded by data, they would have the means to create stronger strategies in a timelier manner.
The assumptions and decisions that fuel strategy also should follow a rigorous and consistent process. Good decisions are cumulative and lead to stronger strategies.
Financial institutions want a strategic decision making process that is thorough, well-documented and quick. Our point-of-view paper examines four key considerations that can help achieve this goal.
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