Leaders, not groups, are the ones who make decisions, Bob Frisch writes. While teams contribute to the decision-making process, individuals have the ultimate responsibility for making choices. "[E]xplicitly letting go of the illusion of group decision making clarifies individual accountability and puts the group's time together to more effective use," Frisch writes.
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