In 1964 Bob Dylan sang the immortal line ‘for these time’s they are a changin’. Fast forward 55 years and fly across the Atlantic ocean to the United Kingdom, we encounter 2019 and another epoch of ‘changin’ times’ where political and societal uncertainty predominates.
The British people’s vote to leave the European Union has resulted in over two years of negotiation and wrangling, to the point where there is still no clear plan of action as to what the future relations between the UK and EU will be. Exactly what will happen next is still emerging.
The data we have gathered from over 1,600 assessments of individual decision-making suggests that being ‘decisive’ is much more complex than making firm or quick decisions. In fact, 55% of those assessed prefer to reverse or modify decisions they have previously made.