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Reactive Decision Making

Making Good Decisions Under Pressure

Reactive Decision Making

People tend to make decisions reactively when confronted with emergency situations or when a disaster unfolds.

In these circumstances, the best decisions tend to be those that have been thought-through and rehearsed ahead of time, a good example being use of a pre-prepared evacuation plan when the office catches on fire.

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