Business Solutions with Decision Models

Develop processes for efficient, consistent results!

kirjoittanut Amy Jauman
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32 pages
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 English
In this book we cover how a decision model can help you streamline the things that are done over and over again in your organization, saving you time and getting better results for everyone involved.
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Dr. Amy Jauman, SMS, is an author, international speaker, and remote work consultant. She focuses on using online resources to make information meaningful to adult learners in remote business and educational environments around the world. Amy has a master’s degree in experiential education and a

With some planning and structure, a simple decision model can be the key to any organization improving their efficiency and consistency in decision making. In this book, we cover how to prepare to make a decision, common key considerations, and several decision models that are sure to inspire any reader! We also cover how decision models can be helpful when presenting new or complicated information to a team in a way that leaves the presenter looking well-researched and prepared for any challenge.

About the author

Dr. Amy Jauman, SMS, is an author, international speaker, and remote work consultant. She focuses on using online resources to make information meaningful to adult learners in remote business and educational environments around the world. Amy has a master’s degree in experiential education and a doctorate in organization development.

  • About the author
  1. What is Decision Modeling?
  2. Typical Steps in Making Decisions
    1. Clarify the decision
    2. Gather facts
    3. Assess alternatives
    4. Identify decision points
    5. Implement your decision
    6. Monitor the outcome of your decision
  3. Challenges and Considerations
    1. Changing Your Model
    2. Differences by Person
    3. Effects of External Changes
    4. Answers You Can’t Implement
  4. Quantitative and Qualitative Factors
    1. Quantitative Decisions
    2. Qualitative Decisions
  5. Practical Uses for Decision Models
    1. Identify potential areas of improvement
    2. Justify a request or decision
    3. Demonstrating thoughtfulness
  6. Tools
    1. Gathering Data
    2. Building Your Model
  7. Implementation
    1. Appropriate Level of Detail
    2. Logic and Clarity
    3. Efficacy