Decision making, while a serious topic, is something we can have fun with as well, and management cartoons about decision making are perfect for doing just that. We have selected some of the best cartoons that poke fun at ourselves, our relationships, our choices and sometimes our company or company culture. We felt it would be good to remember that not all things go as well as we may have planned. As the popularity of this page goes up, we will add additional cartoons and comics.
We have included a few Dilbert, Frank & Ernest, Committed and Working Daze cartoon strips that are relevant to Decision Making related topics. These specific cartoons and comics are reprinted on this website with prior permission from United Media, Inc.
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I think we have all been there on this one. Have you been responsible to fix problems created by the poor decision making of others?
Note: Lemurs are primates native to the island of Madagascar and are known for their reflective eyes and wailing cries.
The best laid plans can be overwhelmed by management indecision. Have you been the victim of having to work overtime late in the project due to late decision execution?
Frank is being very positive, but many key workers are left out of the decision making process. Are you included in the decision making process at work? Does this management cartoon make you laugh out loud?
Leadership is all about making decisions. Some managers are threatened by that. Does your management embrace rational decision making?
Decision making should be via rational thought, not some mysterious process! Does your company have a decision making process that is understood and followed?
The decision making process can come to a halt when we are confronted with too many choices. Do you have a method for eliminating less valuable consumer choices early in the process?
We each have to decide our life's vision, mission and values for ourselves. Do you have a parent, relative, teacher, friend or even stranger who has helped you and encouraged you to make these important life decisions?