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These slides are for the National eXtension Virtual Conference, October 2010, capstone session, "Framework for Decision Making."

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  • A Framework for Decision Making Anne Adrian, Kevin Gamble, Rhonda Conlon, Beth Raney, Jerry Thomas NeVC 2010
  • Complex Systems innovative contemporary       non-linear           flexible agile
  • Creating Narrative Fragments
    • Your Assignment
      • Think of a problem or issue
      • Capture elements – who, what, why …
      • Add labels
      • How would you solve it?
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  • Cynefin kʌnɨvɪn: cu-nev-in
  • en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cynefin.png www.anecdote.com.au/archives/2009/04/a_simple_explan.html Snowden, D.J. Boone, M. "A Leader's Framework for Decision Making". Harvard Business Review, November 2007, pp. 69-76.
  • Complicated Known unknowns Cause & effect are discoverable & separated over time & space Good practice Expert diagnosis More than one possible right answer Analytical & scenario planning Systems thinking Sense-Analyze-Respond Complex Unknown unknowns Cause & effect are coherent only in retrospect & do not repeat Emergent practice Pattern management Perspective filters Complex adaptive system Probe-Sense-Respond Chaotic Unknowables No cause & effect Novel practice Stability-focused intervention Enactment tools Crisis management Act-Sense-Respond Simple Known knowns Cause & effect is obvious, repeatable, & predictable Best practice Standard operating procedure Sense–Categorize–Respond en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cynefin.png www.anecdote.com.au/archives/2009/04/a_simple_explan.html Snowden, D.J. Boone, M. "A Leader's Framework for Decision Making". Harvard Business Review, November 2007, pp. 69-76.
  • Seeing the Unseen “ We don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are.” ~ Anais Nin
  • Conversation
  • Contact Info: Anne Adrian: anne.adrian@extension.org Rhonda Conlon: rhonda_conlon@ncsu.edu Kevin Gamble: [email_address] Beth Raney: beth.raney@extension.org Jerry Thomas: thomas.69@cfaes.osu.edu
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