I have never been one of those people frozen to make decisions because of the lack of enough data to make a “safe” choice. I’ve come to trust intuition and experience as important allies when faced with dealing with the unknown. In fact I’ve seen the ability to be comfortable with certain kinds of ambiguity as a key trait in good organizational leadership. As one raises through the ranks of management, the higher one goes, the more comfortable one needs to become with the unknown in order to lead others through the wilderness of situations where no one has gone before.
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