Decision Making Process
Training on how to take a decision
Why choose Decision Making Process?
We have a problem. What we should do? And this would be the simplest question. Often the problems are so complex, and the organisational environment is so busy that we don’t get to see the issue or solve it. And there are so many problems one after another, and we, like a firefighter, take out fires
after fires, not knowing whether this was the last or when the next it’s going to start.
Who should attend this training: All people involved in decision-making processes, regardless of their hierarchical level.
Benefits: Following the training, the participants will learn to identify problems first of all, and then solve them through a simple and documented process. Fortunately, the more problem solving
and managing solutions, the more chances of not being anchored in a non-productive decision node we have.
Learn to define what is really a problem
Understand the difference between cause and effect
Place all the problems in a Creative Thinking Model
Have more problem-solving options
Be able to methodologically evaluate the options
Be able avoid frequent mistakes caused by old mental models
What is in fact the problem? Defining what the decision node is.
- defining the decision-making process - establishing the differences between the decision-making process and the problem-solving one - the difference between hard and easy decisions
What's the good way? A problem-solving model
- the three stages of solving the situations
Who decides? What are the possibilities?
- from unanimity to autonomy
The wheel of decisions; a game with the right questions
- associating situations with questions for making a decision
Option evaluation - a methodical approach
- choosing the best option - important decision and synthesis capacity - assessment of options - the first step in understanding the situation and the direction towards which it is heading
Avoiding traps and mental paradigms
- the strictness of mental patterns - the decision-making methodology
09:00 – 09:30 – Welcome Coffee
09:30 – 10:45 – Training
10:45 – 11:00 – Coffee Break
11:00 – 13:00 – Training
13:00 - 14:00 - Lunch Break
14:00 – 15:45 – Training
15:45 – 16:00 – Coffee Break
16:00 – 17:30 – Training
Methods used in the course:
- Case studies
- Each theory illustration
- Experiential methods
- Assignments and exercises
Petru a absolvit Academia de Studii Economice, sectiunea Managementul Afacerilor, a urmat un master in Project Management la Kenessaw State University in SUA, precum si cursul Aspen Institute – Young Leaders Program. In urma cu peste 11 ani, Petru a inceput colaborarea cu Jim Bagnola, unul dintre cei mai cunoscuti speakeri internationali, HPDI fiind reprezentantul exclusiv al trainerului americ...read about the trainer
Our clients' opinions:
- Matei, Arctic
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