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CEOs bear the responsibility of steering their corporations, necessitating a multitude of decision-making. However, there is a tendency to overestimate the extent of their direct involvement in this decision-making. Rather than making every decision themselves, CEOs typically influence decisions by orchestrating the decision-making process, deciding when to engage directly, and overseeing the progress—a discerning approach that parallels the choices CEOs make while fulfilling other duties.

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Olivia Mitchell