Elements of uncertainty continually cloud our decision making process. Whether purchasing a product or implementing a new corporate strategy, there are different levels of uncertainty when the outcome is unknown and cannot be accurately estimated.
This uncertainty is multiplied in an organizational setting as unknowns occur frequently across multiple departments. For example, it is difficult predict how well a new employee will fit into the organization or how productive they will be. Likewise, the decision to implement a new marketing strategy or corporate training plan may come with a level of uncertainty. The outcome can only be estimated so your decision making process must be both thorough and reflective.
This blog series will walk you through the D-E-C-I-D-E model; a proven, six-phased decision-making model that has been formulated to ease decision-making under anxiety and create a learning system to continually improve your decision making process.