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Simplicity

Three events this week have me focused on the theme of simplicity. On Tuesday, I participated in a panel discussion hosted by the INCOSE Crossroads of America chapter in Indianapolis. We fielded multiple questions about the practice of Systems Engineering, … Continue reading

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Bite-sized decisions

Even though human beings have amazing thinking powers, we really don’t like to think long and hard on anything.  It takes a lot of effort to focus for longer than a few hours on a single decision, problem or issue.  … Continue reading

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Simplified criteria weighting

The Decision Driven® Solutions Framework (DDSF) implements a simplified method for weighting criteria.  It’s all done through a drag-drop canvas; after setting Threshold and Objective values for each factor, users can drag and drop them into priority (weighting) “bands”. Even … Continue reading

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