Pfeifer's Principle: Never Make A Decision That You Can Get Someone Else To Make.
Pfeifer's Principle: Never make a decision that you can get
someone else to make.
Never make a decision you can get someone else to make.
-- Pfeifer's Principle No one keeps a record of the decisions you could have made but didn't....
Rangnekar's Modified Rules Concerning Decisions 1) If you must make a decision, delay it.
2) If you can authorize someone else to avoid a decision, do so....
Always be willing to authorize someone else not to make the decision which you did not make, so in that manner they are unable to complain.
The biggest mistake you can make is to believe that you are working for someone else.
Always and in every instance, someone can be found to disagree with whatever decision you make.
Make a firm decision now... you can always change it later.
Never become involved with someone who can make you lose stature if the relation becomes known.
When it is not necessary to make a decision, it is necessary not to make a decision.
A decision is what you are finally forced to make when you can not find some dumb committee.