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3 Types of Decisions

A Decision Breakdown Structure (DBS) is the decomposition of any strategy or design challenge into a hierarchy of decisions (questions that demand answers).  First time “framers” of a DBS often have difficulty in understanding that they have to use the … Continue reading

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Functional decomposition is a decision

Systems engineers do a task that is commonly known as functional decomposition.  This task starts at the very top of the definition of a system and breaks down all the functions required to support the product’s mission (use cases) into … Continue reading

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Restructuring of decision patterns

I’ve have just released a new version of Decision Driven® Strategy and Decision Driven® Life with Decision and Criteria Clipboards.  I added these capability to enable users to have greater flexibility when adapting decision patterns to their specific circumstances. Over … Continue reading

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