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Simplify Decisions
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  • Many decisions require numerous meeting and personnel

  • Decisions often need to be approved from multiple parties

  • Decisions involving compliance and/or policy require executive-level approval

  • Decisions often require extensive effort to assess options and impacts 

  • Automating decisions in processes and systems requires significant effort in test planning and diagnostics

  • Decisions often have secondary and/or unintended consequences, so it is rare that “important” decisions are left to staff or 3rd parties
    Decisions that are linked to many other decisions that can impact strategy or ongoing operations take too long causing delays in operations or projects

  • Decisions are typically made quickly and on the spot by staff 

  • When decisions impact other areas, options and impacts are provided so everyone can align on a direction quickly

  • Systems and processes are designed to adapt to changes in compliance and/or policy (run-time versus design time)

  • When decisions have a cascading impact across the organization, we learn from these so that we can build in isolation and insulation to accelerate future decisions

  • Impact analysis for issues, ideas, and decisions is instantly visible for analysis, which simplifies decision making and reduces cycle time for projects and operations

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