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Decision Making

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How to take efficient decisions

How to take efficient decisions

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  • 1. Decision making Deciding logically
  • 2. 4 steps approach
  • 3. Valuing thinking- Foreword
    • If faced with several choices of initiatives, do-it now people stop, think critically, and go through a decision-making process.
    • Organize your thinking and improve your decisions.
  • 4. Step 1 Valuing thinking
    • Thinking clearly
    • Starting the process
    • Defining focus
    • Focusing correctly
    • Balancing priorities
    • Anticipating pressures
  • 5. Understanding causes- Foreword
    • Decision making is aimed at eliminating problems or removing barriers to opportunities. Understand the real causes of a problem in order to find solutions and make the best decision quickly, otherwise you may act but not solve the real issue
  • 6. Step 2 Understanding causes
    • Identifying the cause
    • Funding multiple causes
    • Getting help
  • 7. Using a process - Foreword
    • There is a process for making decisions that has helped many-do-it now people get to the right choice quickly.
    • Use this analytical decision-making process so that, with practice, you will be able to make good, effective decisions.
  • 8. Step 3 Using a process
    • Processing decisions
    • Understanding purpose
    • Listing your criteria
    • Prioritizing your criteria
    • Generating options
    • Creative thinking
    • Making the decision
    • Taking short-cuts
    • Evaluating recommendations
  • 9. Turning a decision into action - Foreword
    • Once you have thought through and made a decision using a combination of analytical process and creative thinking, put the decision into action now.
    • Remember that until everyone involved has agreed to do their part, the decision is incomplete.
  • 10. Step 4 Turning decision into action
    • Committing to act
    • Getting others to act
    • Taking action with confidence