To provide the knowledge and skills required to make informed decisions using a systematic process based on setting objectives, analyzing alternatives, evaluating risks, and documenting each step.
- The rationale behind the methodology: introducing the decision-making framework
- Goals of the decision-making process: why and by whom
- Setting objectives: results expected in the short and long term, resources to be used or maintained, and restrictions that influence choices
- Setting objectives with respect to individuals, the organization, clients, products and services, and competitors
- Classifying objectives: mandatory or optional?
- The weighting process: developing a decision matrix
- Weighing the options
- Risk assessment: defining potential adverse consequences
- Decision-making: choosing an alternative that best fits the decision matrix with an acceptable level of risk
Well structured training course with practical examples.
Renée T. / Analyste, SNC-Lavalin inc.