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a BAD decision is better than NO decision

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Paolo Callea

on 8 April 2014

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Transcript of a BAD decision is better than NO decision

a
BAD
decision is better than
NO
decision

DECISION MAKING
checklist
TIME
Buy yourself time
Short term vs Long term
Ask your "experts" to be a step ahead

QUALITY
Good raw data
Eliminate noise
Not too many information

YOURSELF
Your decision
Your responsibility
Your success/failure
DECISION MAKING
general myths
"we have always done so"

"everybody is doing it"

"let's wait and see"

"I was not warned"

"I know it's wrong but..."






2. CHEATING
LEADERSHIP
Ability:

to take
good
decisions
at the
right
time

distinguish
sensitive
information from "
noise
"




RESPECT
MEMORANDUM
There is no set rule.

Sometimes
experts
and
novices
will choose the same.

It is more important to
understand the
DOMINO
effect
than the actual decision.
MEMORANDUM
MEMORANDUM
Pressure
is your best friend
Stress
is your guard-angel
It is easier to be respected by
ADMITTING

FAILURE
than try to cover with more B.S.

Create a
NO BLAME
culture among the team is crucial to understand the dynamics of error.

PASSION
is an excuse
IGNORANCE
not
1. NOISE
3. ROULETTE
"Pirelli said the "softs" are the fastest"

"His teammate is 0.3" faster on the "medium"

"In qualy Vettel setted pole with the softs"

"Overcasted, but only 25% of rain"



2008 Singapore GP - CRASHGATE

Lap time: 1'40"00
Tyre change window: 2/3 laps
Car Damage: several millions USD
S.C. deploy: 90%


Engine A: 240 HP - No failure
Engine B: 250 HP - No track test

1HP = 0.02" faster
0.2" = 3 places on the grid

RISK IT?


Consistency
vs
Gain



RACETRACK, M3 (350HP, 0-60 in 5"). Car slides, rear loose, you are facing the wall.

Coach is quickly reminding you not too brake:

A: you follow order, you trust him.
B: man is my life! Instinct is always right. You brake.
PS: You can find this presentation, further videos and readings here: www.calleatechcenter.com

Think and Decide

This is what we do
This is what we are

Thank you!
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