Kialo requires cookies to work correctly.
Should business organizations conduct decision-making discussions in writing?
Business organizations should conduct decision-making discussions in writing.
It improves the quality of the discussion.
It improves traceability and auditability of decision making, contributing directly to the quality of decision making.
It has the potential to improve accountability for decisions.
Decision-making processes in writing afford greater participation.
Political and business negotiations are most effective when done orally.
Organizational inertia against deliberating in writing makes it unrealistic except in pockets.
It will slow down decision making.
Because writing lacks non-verbal cues, it is more subject to misinterpretation than speech, thus reducing effectiveness of discussions.
The European Union should become a United States of Europe
Should we judge the quality of artwork based on the conduct of the artist?
Should Conduct in Virtual Reality be Subject to the Laws of the Real World?