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  • b) Every decision making process produces a final choice. It can be an action or an opinion
  • c) It begins when we need to do something but do not know what. Therefore, decision making is a reasoning process which can be rational or irrational, and can be based on explicit assumptions or tacit assumptions.
  • d) Examples are: Shopping, deciding what to eat, what to wear, when to sleep, etc.
  • II. Barriers to Decision Making A) Hasty – Making decisions without making
  • B) Narrow- Decision making is based on very limited information
  • C) Scattered – Our thoughts in making decisions are disconnected or
  • D) Fuzzy – Sometimes the lack of clarity on important aspects of a decision causes us to overlook certain important considerations
  • Decision Making Process A) Define the Problem
  • B) Consider Your Value:
  • C) List Your Options
  • D) Weigh the Consequences:
  • E) Decide and Act
  • SWOT Analysis is a great technique for identifying your strengths and weaknesses and study any opportunities and threats you
  • It is also a powerful strategic planning tool used to evaluate a project in business venture or in an organization or individual requiring a decision in pursuit of an
  • 1) White - Information: considering purely what information is available 2) Red - Intuitive or instinctive gut reactions or statements of emotional feeling 3) Black - discernment: logic applied to identifying reasons to be cautious and conservative 4) Yellow – Optimistic Response: logic applied to identifying benefits, seeking harmony 5) Green: creative: statements of provocation and investigation, seeing where the thought goes 6) Blue: meta thinking: the thinking process