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Decision Making Model Decision Making Model Document Transcript

  • DECISION MAKING MODEL STEP ONE Identify the problem, situation, or decision to be made. “See the situation clearly” • relevant information • exceptions • understand • boundaries • assumptions • STEP TWO What do you want to accomplish/achieve? “Know what you want” • goal determination • underlying goal? • STEP THREE How can I accomplish it? What can we do to get there? “Expand the possibilities” • brainstorming • listening • accepting • openness • creativity • STEP FOUR Choose the best solution for you! What are we willing to commit to? “Evaluate and decide”• risks • benefits • desirability • probability • resources • support • agreement • • costs • consensus • understanding • plan • STEP FIVE Do it! “Act” • commitment • timetable • trust • follow-through • STEP SIX • assess • adjust • refine • - Return to a previous step - Celebrate successes and failures!