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Decision making

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John Smith

on 9 September 2016

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Transcript of Decision making

Identification
How do we know
when a problem is
solved?
Getting from Point A to Point B
Implementation
Pitfalls
Obstacles
Problem
Solution
Overconfidence
Close-Mindedness
Pressure to Conform
Group Think
Determine
Your
Goals
Inherent Morality
Illusion of Invulnerability
Rationalization
Stereotyping
Self-Censorship
Direct Pressure
Mindguards
Illusion of Unanimity
Group Think Avoidance
Recognition and
Understanding
Variety Of
Cognitive
Approaches
Overvaluation of
Consensus
Creativity in Decision Making
Partnership
Effective
Aggregation
Voting
Collective
Wisdom
Actualization
of
Decisions
Problem Solving
&
Group Think

Solutions
Company Policies
Code of Ethics
Mission Statement
Core Values
Specific SMART Goals
Try to define the problem both Qualitatively and Quantitatively.
Gather data
and
evidence.
Ask "Why?"
Classify
and
Organize.
Problem is Identified,
Defined,
and ready to be resolved.
Are the benefits
from the solved problem
going to
outweigh the resources
it took to resolve?
Solving Strategies and
Methodologies:
Divide and Conquer
Trial and Error
Analogous Solutions
Means-ends Analysis
Abstraction
Brainstorming
John Smith
Yes
No
"Problem" Solved!
Blind
Show
of
Hands
Lack
of
Empowerment
No
Accountability
or
"Reportability"
A
Meaningless
Plan
An
Overwhelming
Plan
Lack
Of
Communication
Lack
Of
Ownership
Auditing
Implement Corrective
Measures
Internal and External
When to use Groups
Forecasting
Situations
Strategic
Situations
Complex
Situations
Diverse
Situations
Long-range
preditions
A strategic plan must be implemented
Complexity requires multiple skill sets
No one person is an expert
Permanent
Corrections
Preventative
Measures
Remember Your Goals!
Don't forget to Congratulate
the team on a job
well done.
Success
Should be Well Documented
Milestones
Thank You Very Much!
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