Complete the Decision-Making Technique Matrix.
Evaluation: Completeness (each column and row ) and of the matrix with 4 techniques
Remember that a decision process or technique must result in a decision being made.
If whatever technique you’ve identified does not result in a decision, it is not a decision technique.
It might be an analytical technique or an idea generating technique, but these do not result in decisions in themselves.
Identifying who should make a decision or how many people will be involved in a decision is NOT a decision technique.
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Decision-Making Technique Matrix
Identify 4 techniques or processes for effective decision-making in project management.
Describe the effectiveness or efficiency of each decision-making technique or process.
Provide a rationale for the use of each technique or process.
Provide a real world example.
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