You are the sum of your experience, knowledge, skills and wisdom gained over your lifetime. Often, your gut instincts will tell you that you know a better way, than a way that is being proposed to you, by someone claiming expertise in a particular subject.
Unfortunately, too often leaders and managers ignore their own gut feelings, or the gut feelings of their employees, when considering various options as part of a decision making process.
This excellent article, explains why you should take note of yours and others gut feelings at key decision points, and how you can learn to trust your own gut and teach others to trust theirs.
HERE HERE and from HBR of all places :). Marty
Via Daniel Watson