Decision Quality Methodology (Frame # (What? ( to solve), Why? (Benefit),…
'Leveraging the six key decision quality elements', Sean Cody.
'Quick Huddle' in the break-out area w 3 whiteboards.
Tribe of 9 people incl timer & scribe
20 minutes total: 2 min per topic, 5 min summary, allocate teams of 3.
30min research break (3 idea/team)
Whiteboard solutions (5min) w value
30sec elevator pitch per alternative
Other teams value assign
Discuss practical, drop undervalued
Compare the lasting solutions
Critique the biases
Change the environment
Seek out new data to support/challenge
Reduce the list to 4/5
This risk management tool captured my attention as it provided an evidenced-based justification for the decision made with possible areas identified requiring controls. I was introduced to it last week on LinkedIn, this study has me seeing 'Risk' in every article/post lately. The risk management tools I know are generally 'Dynamic risk assessment' tools from construction and emergency services and they are dependent upon 'human error', or post-event critique by the person in the 'culpability-free seat' is either hyper-feared or ignored. I felt inclined to take a positive approach to this section
Iron out the challenges
Outline Action Plan
Allocation the resources
Create contingency plans for variation