Learn to separate must, should, might, won’t

Frank D. Sánchez | Rhode Island College president Making decisions is a part of everyone’s job. I have found that most choices, from the mundane to the strategic, fall into a simplified prioritization framework: must, should, might, won’t. • Must do: These are the initiatives that have to occur for the existence of the organization.…

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