How Imprecision Can Aid Decision-Making (Harvard Business Review)

In its management tip of the day, Harvard Business Review adapts material from Bob Frisch’s book To Get Better Decisions, Get a Little Fuzzy, imparting that “a drive for clarity can actually be distracting when you’re trying to set priorities.”

HBR prescribes what it calls an imprecise way of prioritizing projects that may help you better understand their urgency.

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