I've been able to do some thinking and writing on my work on decision-making over the Christmas and New Year break. I want to throw out a thought and get your response.
"Sometimes a decision is right when we made it initially but immediately after the decision is made, circumstances change the environment of a decision to such a degree that the initial decision is now obsolete."
The point I'm making here is that wise leadership will recognize when this happens and be willing to pull back instead of having "blind loyalty" to the initial decision.
Happy New Year & Straight Ahead!