Please answer the following questions based on the Week 12 readings and videos, as well as your personal experience and beliefs. This is an opportunity to reflect and consider what it means to lead, what it means to be led, and what leadership roles you might take on in the future and how you’ll approach those roles. Do all decisions start with a problem? Why (or not) do you think so? When making decisions to solve problems, which of the following do you think is more often true? Managers add unnecessary complexity to problems that are actually relatively simple. Managers treat problems as simple that are actually very complex in reality. How do you make hard decisions at work? In your personal life? How are those methods similar and how are they different? Do you think you use appropriate rigor in your decision-making processes? Articles: https://www.forbes.com/sites/tableau/2022/09/23/beyond-the-buzzword-what-does-data-driven-decision-making-really-mean/?sh=645b76bc25d6 https://www.littlemissdata.com/blog/businessproblem https://amplitude.com/blog/how-to-solve-problems-with-data https://www.forbes.com/sites/brentdykes/2022/08/31/8-pitfalls-in-the-data-driven-decision-making-dddm-process/?sh=2bcbde8a7e16 Youtube Videos: https://youtu.be/_vS_b7cJn2A https://youtu.be/jd8lGs7997k https://youtu.be/hVimVzgtD6w https://youtu.be/d7Jnmi2BkS8 The professor doesn’t just want each question answered but for it to all blend into a reflection paper.