Why do we need to learn decision-making?
We make small and big decisions every day, such as which food to eat, the program to watch, the carrier to choose, etc. Basically, the quality of our lives depends on the quality of our decision-making.
What is decision-making?
Decision-making is a process that anyone can master. The process increases your chances to choose a good option among a range of options.
5 Steps of decision-making
There are many decisions making processes depending on the situation and circumstances; however, there are five main building blocks for any decision making:
- Define the result or the outcome
- Describe any limitations, boundaries, or restrictions
- List the range of options
- Set a decision-making deadline
- Define the stakeholders
Examples of decision-making
Example of decision making outcomes:
Example of decision making constraints:
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