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How to make better investments

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Have the right processes and incentives in place to shift resources when and where they’re needed.

Investment decisions include capital expenditures, marketing and sales, and R&D. Companies that actively reallocate resources when necessary outperform those that don’t. Yet obstacles – from cognitive bias to inconsistent decision-making processes – stop you being an ‘active reallocator’. 

Writing for McKinsey Quarterly, Massimo Garbuio, Tim Koller and Zane Williams outline eight ways to overcome the problem.

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Source Article: Admit It, Your Investments Are Stuck In Neutral
Author(s): Massimo Garbuio, Tim Koller and Zane Williams
Publisher: McKinsey Quarterly