Decision Making by AliFahad

  • 185 views
Uploaded on

This Presentation will help you in understanding decision making steps.

This Presentation will help you in understanding decision making steps.

More in: Education , Technology
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
185
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
18
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. 2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 1
  • 2. Presenter Ali Fahad 2011-ME-3372/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 2
  • 3. Decision Making Thoughts, Ideas and Practice2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 3
  • 4. Decision • A decision is the selection between possible actions. A choice is the selection between two or more objects. • A choice made between alternative courses of action in a situation of uncertainty.2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 4
  • 5. Definition• Decision making can be regarded as the mental processes (cognitive process) resulting in the selection of a course of action among several alternative scenarios. Every decision making process produces a final choice.• An Action with an intention of producing favorable outcome.2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 5
  • 6. Description • Every body in life has to make some decisions in order to reach some conclusion. • Decision exerts lasting effects on our life. • Buy a car or buy a home. • If you are in charge then decision making is more important for you.2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 6
  • 7. 2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 7
  • 8. 1) Define the problem • Define the real problem, issue, concern or decision to be made. • What are you deciding and why? • Don’t trust what is visible. • Find out whats below the water line. • Spending time at this stage will prevent the problem from reoccurring in the future.2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 8
  • 9. 2) Look at the causes of Problems and defining objectives• Its amazing how much you dont know about what you dont know. Therefore, in this phase, its critical to get input from other people who notice the problem and who are effected by it.• Write down what your opinions and what youve heard from others.• Write down a description of the cause of the problem and in terms of what is happening, where, when, how, with whom and why.2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 9
  • 10. 3) Identifying Alternatives• Once objectives are specified next step is to generate alternatives.• Generate maximum alternatives.• Be creative and positive.• Ask "what if" questions.Methods for developing alternatives:• Brainstorming is collecting as many ideas as possible, then screening them to find the best idea.2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 10
  • 11. 4) Evaluating AlternativesWhen selecting the best approach, consider:• Which approach is the most likely to solve the problem for the long term?• Which approach is the most realistic to accomplish for now? Do you have the resources? Are they affordable? Do you have enough time to implement the approach?• What is the extent of risk associated with each alternative?2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 11
  • 12. 5) Plan the Implementation • Carefully consider "What will the situation look like when the problem is solved?" • What steps should be taken to implement the best alternative to solving the problem? • How will you know if the steps are being followed or not? (these are your indicators of the success of your plan)2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 12
  • 13. 5) Plan the Implementation(Contd…) How much time will you need to implement the solution? Write a schedule that includes the start and stop times, and when you expect to see certain indicators of success. Write down the answers to the above questions and consider this as your action plan. Communicate the plan to those who will involved in implementing it and, at least, to your immediate supervisor.2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 13
  • 14. 6) Monitor the Implementation of PlanMonitor the indicators of success:• Are you seeing what you would expect from the indicators?• Will the plan be done according to schedule?• If the plan is not being followed as expected, then consider: Was the plan realistic? Are there sufficient resources to accomplish the plan on schedule? Should more priority be placed on various aspects of the plan? Should the plan be changed?2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 14
  • 15. 7) Verify the SolutionOne of the best ways to verify if a problem has beensolved or not is to resume normal operations in theorganization. Still, you should consider:• What changes should be made to avoid this type of problem in the future? Consider changes to policies and procedures, training, etc.• Lastly, consider "What did you learn from this problem solving?" Consider new knowledge, understanding and/or skills.2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 15
  • 16. DMS• Decision-making software: DMS is based on multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) and its varieties such as Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), analytic network process (ANP — extension of AHP), PROMETHEE, multi-attribute value theory (MAVT), multi-attribute utility theory (MAUT), multi-attribute global inference of quality (MAGIQ), potentially all pairwise rankings of all possible alternatives (PAPRIKA).1. Decide IT2. Decision Labs3. DPL4. Logical Decision5. 1000 Minds6. Analytica 2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 16
  • 17. 2/6/2012 11:34 AM Decision Making/ Ali Fahad 17