Why DECISION MAKING PROCESS?
We have a problem, what do we do?
Often the problems are so complex, and the organizational environment so stuffy that we don’t even realize what the problem is, let alone solve it. And there are so many problems, one after the other, and we, like firefighters, extinguish fire after fire, not knowing if that was the last.
- Defining a problem
- Understanding the difference between cause and effect
- Framing all problems in a creative thinking model
- Illustration of problem-solving options
- Methodological assessment of options
- Avoid frequent mistakes caused by old mental patterns
What really is the problem? Definition of the decision-making node
- defining the decision-making process
- establishing the differences between the decision-making process and the problem-solving
- the difference between hard and easy decisions
What is the right path?
- the three stages of solving the situations
- Who decides? What possibilities are there?
- from unanimity to autonomy
The wheel of decisions; a game with the right questions
- associating situations with questions for making a decision
Evaluation of options – a methodical approach
- choosing the best option
- important decision and synthesis capacity
- assessment of options
- the first step in understanding the situation and the direction towards which it is heading
Avoiding mental traps and paradigms
- the strictness of mental patterns
- the decision-making methodology