Less is More: How to Prevent Decision Paralysis in your HOA Boards

Boards are notorious for experiencing decision paralysis. This seeming inability to make a decision on even simple issues causes agenda items from meetings to show up month after month without being resolved. Simple decisions can be discussed to death, buried, resurrected and discussed to death again.      Read the article………….


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