Tag Archives: decision value

Pareto’s Law applied to decisions

When I demonstrate the Decision Driven® Solutions Framework (DDSF) web application, I sometimes get pushback when folks see the Decision Management windows/tools/panels: Criteria: Seeds the decision with proven pattern of ~10 factors to consider; enables the user to define their … Continue reading

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Decision churn

I’ve been helping people with decisions for over 20 years.  I’ve seen lots of bad decision-making habits; one of the most common and damaging is “Decision Churn”. This problem is usually seen in group decision-making situations where a team leader … Continue reading

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The value of a decision

I’m often asked to justify why a specific decision is worthy of an hour or two of analysis time and effort.  This is typically delivered as a form of pushback, “I would never spend that much time making a decision … Continue reading

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