-Jennifer Staton, Business Development
-Byron Hatfield, Program Manager
-Paula Cushman, CPCM/NCMA Fellow, JV President
We operate in a fast-pace, high-tech world where there are many choices, many shades of gray. Every day -- we are confronted with a multitude of these choices. The lines of what the right path or the correct path may be are often blurred. The speed of our business culture typically rewards execution of timely decisions, often made with incomplete data. Whether we are developing an opportunity, negotiating a contract or forming an alliance, the mantra is – ‘Lead, Follow or Get the Hell Out of the Way.’
Speed is exceptional, yet a double edge sword. Many choices to choose from over the sea of gray appear right, but which one? Speed in making a decision will put things in motion quickly but is it the right path? Making a choice selects a course. It sets off events that will generate specific outcomes – positive or negative, BLACK or WHITE – that the organization will have to contend with because -- at the end of the day – there is no gray.
Are you making the right choices?