“Joel Brown, founder of addicted2success.com, pinned down 6 types of procrastination. These are based on people whose procrastination is dominated by particular character traits that lead them to delay important matters. They may show a mix of character traits, but one or two characteristics stand out.” http://feedly.com/e/veBFpMH3
“Let’s face it, most groups and teams are highly ineffective at making good quality decisions consistently, repeatedly, and without stress. There’s something about putting a bunch of people together–however competent they may be individually–that generates redundancy, friction and confusion.” Here’s a suggestion for a four step process to help teams make good decisions… via How to Make Good Decisions as a Team | Inc.com.