Decision Making Framework

  1. First I collect all the information that I should know about — context of the decision, the significance of the decision, and any missing details.
  2. I then look at the importance or priority I should think about. This is important to see if this decision could create a bottleneck? Is this something that requires immediate attention that I need to shift priorities around to decide? This helps me sort through the outcome of the decision and determine what are some potential downside to the decision.
  3. Then I look at the thought process and see if any mistakes were made. Looking back at the thought process and ability to defend it will make sure that I’ve looked at all the possibilities and looked at potential outcomes or harms.




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