Postponing our company picnic highlights three key principles for making smart decisions.
"I drove through rain at 7:30 A.M. this morning while on my way to a breakfast appointment. At 9 A.M. I walked through rain from the parking lot to the office. Moments before a 10 A.M. leadership team meeting, the hour-by-hour weather forecast showed rain turning into thunderstorms by 4 P.M. Our team made the disappointing decision to postpone the company family picnic scheduled to start at 3 P.M.
By noon the sun shone brightly.
By 2 P.M. the hourly weather forecast showed light rain maybe arriving after 8 P.M. Maybe? What happened to the threatening weather?
I hope the other decisions made by our leadership team this morning turn out better. Much better...." To read more, click here.