OughtWe – a guide

Download a PDF of the general guide here
The HOME icon – The REPORT icon – The GUIDE icon – The SEND a SCREENSHOT icon – are all important tools for the planning process – not just for app navigation

Establish Context Create a decision
Take time over “establishing context” with others who have an interest in your decision.
Asking the right questions sets up the right answers.
Clarify your objective, goal or aim
– then explore all options to get there
TIP – The default Criteria are shown above – The app allows you to change these. (Add, Delete)
TIP – A lazy way to not include a criterion in graphs and reports is to set the weighting for it to zero
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A light example of how flexible the app is to support your context. All defaults deleted – these three added.
Deciding “should I say or should I go” with my Head, my Heart, and my Gut

Evaluate Options
Apply weighted criteria
Using the microphone – or are you “still typing”?
“Question to the void” – press home why the gap between some points is like it is – share the screenshot
Implement Plans
Action preferred options
We only evaluate things in order to better do something about them.
Your action plan should be focused, minimalist.
Yes, as simple as possible – as complex as necessary
The importance of monitoring and refinement is significant.
Good planning is an ongoing process
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Author: Disaster Resilience Consulting

John Salter - owner of Disaster Resilience Consulting - specialising in the facilitation of risk-based capability reviews; needs-based training; business continuity planning; crisis management exercises; and organisational debriefing. Recognised for “preventing disasters, or where that is not possible, reducing the potential for harm” Ref: Barrister H Selby, Inquest Handbook, 1998. Distracted by golf, camping, fishing, reading, red wine, movies and theatre.

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