Different people and situations call for different decisions. And every decision opportunity is characterized by its context–trivial or critical, simple or complex, personal or group consensus. However, every team needs a guiding decision framework as a starting point.
The illustrated framework outlines four ‘lenses’ to consider for each decision.
When you find yourself deciding to move forward without using one of these lenses, try to make sure you understand the types of risk you might be exposed to. Under certain circumstances, some of those risks will be acceptable and others will not. This is where business judgment and accountability dominate.
What framework do you use in your business decisions?
[This post was originally published September 11, 2017, on LinkedIn by Jeff Holman.]
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