For the next 30 days, I'm going to read deeply into optimal decision making. I believe that the key to good leadership is making the better decisions, consistently over time, and executing those decisions ruthlessly. This takes practice of course, but I believe there's a theoretical framework called the OODA loop that encapsulates this.
To learn more, I'm devoting myself to the following books:
Looking forward to sharing what I've learned. Would appreciate any other suggestions on decision making books or frameworks.