. . . form a committee.
That might be a bit harsh, committees have a place and some do make decisions, and good ones at that.
Alas that can’t be said of all committees and all decisions and this could explain why:
“Part of the motivation for the committee is a kind of cowardice, a fear of taking responsibility. If people take a decision alone they are responsible for the outcome, as they should be. Fearful that the result of that decision may be challenged they seek refuge in the imprimatur of a meeting. This spreads any blame.” Gordon McLauchlan