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Rapid scoring of alternatives

Everyone wants to make quick, high quality decisions.  It’s important to find a balance between “analysis paralysis” and “speed kills”.  For example, I encourage the folks that I mentor to take their time when defining criteria; understanding their stakeholders’ needs, … Continue reading

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Decision priorities

If you frame out a new business strategy or product launch as a Decision Network, you may identify 20 or even 50 decisions within your “Decision Breakdown Structure”.  Each of these decisions represents a fundamental question that demands an answer … Continue reading

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Decision patterns enable agile thinking

Over the past 20+ years, I’ve developed a large portfolio of decision patterns.  As a consultant to high-tech industries, I’m often thrown into situations where I’m not a technical expert and I’m in a room filled with lots of folks … Continue reading

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