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What is meant by "second and third order effects" of decisions?  
Second and third order effects of decisions refer to the rippling impact that some decisions have on others’ budgets, personnel, time or resources, etc., often indirectly. Leaders faced with these types of highly consequential decisions should identify a common purpose (and gain) for the others affected by the decision to enable them to obtain their acceptance and shared commitment.
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