Questions To Define Decision-Making

Some questions that need to be asked to determine the clear definitions of the specifications that answer the problem satisfactorily

- What are the objectives the decision has to reach?

- What are the minimum goals it has to attain?

- What are the conditions it has to satisfy? These are sometimes called the boundary conditions

- What is the minimum required to solve this problem?

- Can our needs be satisfied?

The more concise and clear the goals and conditions, the more effective the decision.

If the specifications are incompatible, the decision will have less chance of being effective.

Defining the specifications and setting the boundary conditions involves more than facts. It is done on interpretation and intuition. Thus it is a risk-taking judgment


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