Cognition and understanding are the basis of decision-making, but it does not mean that a certain decision will be made. Wrong cognition or understanding does not necessarily lead to wrong decision-making results. Decision-making results may be very effective due to mistakes and collisions, but this will affect our subsequent judgment and analysis.
Consciously distinguish between what is a decision and what is the action that revolves around the decision. There is a kind of rush in work that we are busy with the actions assigned to us by the leader but ignore the decision of the leader. Can one more ask why this is done?