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Managing decision interactions

A Decision Breakdown Structure (DBS) for any complex strategy, system or project is a way to decompose the situation into well-framed, loosely-coupled, bite-sized and manageable “thought packages“.  Each decision “node” within this structure is a well-framed “fundamental question or issue that demands … Continue reading

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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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