Shift what's in the way

Decisions that keep you from doing your work are bad for your business. So is delay in pursuit of perfect solutions or elusive unanimity.

This moment's perfect solution will be obsolete tomorrow, and unanimity isn't required to move forward. I teach groups to make good-enough decisions that keep projects moving forward and production processes going. By iterating good-enough decisions, my clients get their work done faster, and make interesting mistakes sooner, with less conflict.

I install decision-making methods that identify and correct problematic policies before they're adopted. I develop organizational structures that allow the people doing the work to identify and correct new problems as they emerge around old solutions.

When someone proposes a counterproductive policy, your colleagues and employees will not only say so, they will say why it's not going to work.  And fix it.