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Embrace uncertainty, avoid ambiguity

Uncertainty is part of every decision; ambiguity should never be. There are at least 4 significant sources of uncertainty in any decision: Stakeholders’ inability to express the relative importance of design margin associated with criteria (weights) Inability to estimate the effectiveness of … 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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Do it yourself or get some help?

One of the reasons that a Decision Driven® life appeals to me is my genetic wiring as a do-it-yourselfer.  My father was the ultimate example of self-taught master of many things and someone who was willing to learn something and take a … Continue reading

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