I’m sure there are quite a few old sayings about “hindsight always being useful to learn from – but foresight being better to not have to“. Sage. I was reminded of the value of foresight in a recent conversation on LinkedIn. Reflecting on the essence of the conversation – supporting good decisions with foresight –… Read More
All criteria are full editable – from delete them, to neutralising them (by setting their weighting to zero, to adding new criteria. Weightings should be adjusted to reflect your context and your values.
Covid has reinforced “it’s tricky who to trust”. This piece in the Financial Review today reflects that – and the classic way of wisely balancing your pool of advice.
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A “shout out” and thanks to the generosity of many friends – who know who they are and prefer to remain unnamed. Your thoughtful feedback on the OughtWe decision app has seen several significant results. Improvements in ease of use (with more “tips and buttons”) for functionality and navigation; Some good suggestions to incorporate in… Read More
It’s a golden oldie but the caution to avoid “situating the appreciation” was nicely summarised by Alastair Grant in 2010. “There is a glitch with this process, and it’s called ‘Situating the Appreciation’. It goes like this: You start with a blank sheet of paper and full of good intentions apply logic objectively and without… Read More
For decades great leaders have recognised the strength that good planning processes bring to people who work together. We are simply continuing that tradition. The tool we use facilitates collaboration by enabling “screen sharing” on the platform of your choice, throughout the decision making / planning process.
Is it a bit of fun? Or is it just a trite distraction? Does it stimulate interest and thinking? Does it enhance accessibliity? Or is it a demeaning? Establishing Context Never underestimate the importance of establishing context. Of agreed objectives, potential options, and weighting agreed assessment criteria. In short, of having your ladder against the… Read More