Decision papers are the reports that help boards and committees to make an organisation’s most important choices. Yet they too often focus on the wrong things — rendering it difficult for executives to lay out their case, and for directors to make decisions quickly and with confidence. The good news is that fixing this is simple.
In this guide, you’ll find:
- Why most decision papers miss the mark.
- The 5 questions every good decision paper should answer.
- How to structure your decision paper to cover all the bases without drowning your readers in detail.
- Tips from leading directors on what they expect to see in their decision papers.