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    What's your decision making process?





    Do you have a particular set of steps or process you follow?



    What, in your experience, have been the best or most effective decision making strategies? In what situations?
     
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    Depends on what it is. Most of the quick ones are mental search and selection or guess and check.

    The best decisions come when I have a gut reaction. Nearly all the good decisions I've made (in the long run) have been on impulse. Ironically, the shorter term the effect, the more analysis is helpful. Simple things are usually decide, mental check of the outcomes, then possible redecision.
     
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    My thought processes are similar.
     
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    Get gut feeling based upon the situation.
    Obtain data directly related and also from the systems that may be impacting it.
    Analyze data. See if it fits in the puzzle.
    Integrate data with gut feeling.
    If it syncs - proceed.
    If not - start at the beginning.
     
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    1. immediate intuitive response

    2. observe situation and reactions to immediate response

    3. Take measures to tweak or change the initial response

    4. observe effects.

    5.???

    6. profit



    generally my gut gives me the best thought process when I'm in a pinch, from there I can modify what needs to be done to achieve the perceived goal
     
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