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Decision Driven® Information Architecture

Many of my previous posts have described the relationships among various types of knowledge: decisions, criteria, alternatives, requirements, risks, plans, etc.  There’s method (actually science) to my madness; here’s the Decision Driven® Information Architecture that I believe illustrates how decisions … Continue reading

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Decisions and continuous risk management

Although there is a well-established “standalone” discipline of risk management, I strongly advocate that risks are best identified and understood in the context of the decisions that “create” them. Every risk that will ever be faced (in a business strategy, … Continue reading

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Decisions bridge innovation and execution

I’m kicking back this afternoon watching the Masters tournament.  I’ve already seen 4 or 5 commercials from IBM poking fun at an overemphasis on innovation techniques (talking) at the expense of execution (doing).   I’m sure this rings true to anyone who … Continue reading

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