There are a number of occasions where Worf's suggestions were immediately actioned by the crew of the Enterprise.
In TNG: Time's Arrow he proposed that they fire torpedoes on Captain Picard's location. With only a slight hesitation (presumably because killing his captain isn't going to look good on his resumé), Riker agrees.
WORF: The Captain would not. I recommend we target photon torpedoes on the alien habitat and destroy it. Immediately.
TROI: He's right, Will.
RIKER: Power up the photons, Mister Worf. Alert me when they're ready.
In TNG: Skin of Evil Worf tells the captain that he thinks he should stay on the ship. Picard readily accepts.
WORF: I will remain on the ship. The object here is not to engage the creature in battle. The goal is the safe return of Counsellor Troi
and Lieutenant Prieto. I can best accomplish this at the Tactical
PICARD: Very good. Number One?
In TNG: The Outrageous Okona he suggests that the roguish Okana should only be given access to the public areas of the ship.
WORF: Sir, recommend limited access to our ship.
In TNG: Cost of Living Worf suggests that they evacuate some areas of the ship. Picard readily agreed.
WORF: We must evacuate decks twenty through twenty four, Captain.
PICARD: Make it so. Shut down life support to those decks.
In TNG: Clues Worf points out that they're within the blast radius of their own torpedoes.
WORF: I do not recommend weapons at this range, Captain.
PICARD: Can we go to warp?
In TNG: The Next Phase Worf is adamant that they can't give the Romulans a computer core. Riker comes up with an alternate solution to appease him.
WORF: Commander, the (looks round) the Romulans want a computer. We cannot give them access to Federation technology. That is
an unacceptable security risk.
RIKER: What about a computer core from thirty or forty years ago? One the Romulans are already familiar with.
WORF: That would be satisfactory.
In TNG: Galaxy's Child Picard is practically his best buddy, accepting not one but two(!) proposals from Worf, that they move back and that they fire phasers.
WORF: Sir, the shuttlecraft shields did not provide sufficient protection for its computer. Our computer may also be vulnerable. I
recommend withdrawal to a safe distance.
PICARD: Ensign Anaya, full about. Half impulse.
WORF: Sir, recommend full phasers.
In TNG: Lower Decks, Worf proposes that they could use a probe to augment their sensors. Riker points out the obvious legal implications (as he's supposed to) but Picard is happy to agree with Worf.
WORF: Sir, I recommend we launch a probe to increase the range of our sensor sweeps.
RIKER: Launching a probe into Cardassian space would be a treaty violation.
PICARD: Mister Worf, prepare a probe and launch when ready.
In TNG: Chain of Command, Worf offers his advice on how to get through an obstruction.
WORF: A phaser set to level sixteen should suffice.
PICARD: Make it so.
Worf is on fire in TNG: Eye of the Beholder with two suggestions accepted by Troi; that they rummage a dead crewman's computer files and that they start early the next day.
WORF: We should check his personal logs.
TROI: This is his last entry. He made it before going on duty this morning.
WORF: We should get an early start tomorrow.
TROI: I think we should. I'll see you in the morning.
And in the TNG film Star Trek: Insurrection Worf is very clear in his proposal that they have to prioritise fixing their dampening fields in order to prevent the crew from being flung around.
WORF: We must stabilise the dampening fields.
PICARD: Reroute emergency power to inertial dampers.