Decision making in (complex) organizations can take a lot of time. But it doesn't have to be that way. You can prototype on the way you make decisions in your organization. A very fast way of decision making is called the Advice Process. Using the Advice Process is about asking for input from a few select colleagues, but you are making the decision yourself. This is often done one-on-one, but it can also happen in a small group setting.
What steps to take for the practice
The process for this looks like:
Assess the situation and evaluate the obvious choices
Decide on 2-3 people who have information or perspectives that can help you decide
Ask their opinions (leaving time for them to mull/gather facts if needed)
Make the decision and communicate it
Employees feel empowered to make their own decision. It doesn't take much time to make the decision.
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