Decision Making Methods for Teams
While a decision within organizations often relies upon facts and data, teams must agree upon a method for making decisions based upon the data. Ensuring that the decisions made are done with a process and purpose that the team can utilize to make the best possible decision with the given facts and data.
There are many different decision making styles, two methods must be chosen to serve as guideposts for decisions made. The primary method must be agreed to by the team and a back up method must also be chosen. The methods can and will vary upon the people and stakeholders making the decision as well as the knowledge of the facts and data that the team possesses when making the decision.
Below is a decision making spectrum as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each method.
You are paid to make decision and use your best judgment. The amount of success you have and money you make is conjoined to the decisions you make. You NEED to make the best decisions possible;
This process shows you how.
Decision making is necessary in every role; the value in one’s role comes from the decisions made. Learning to make effective decisions includes: time span for manager and employee, when to delegate decision making, and the use of several decision methods.
Here’s What’s in it for you;
- A proven process for making the BEST Decisions.
- Gaining evidence and buy-in for decisions made.
- A model and step by step process for decision making in teams
- An execution based model for Planning; Taking action; Checking to see what was right; Acting on the best decisions.
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