Getting Clarity on Decision Making by Creating a Decision Matrix
How to Create a Decision-Making Guide
This process helps you and your team get clear on how key decisions will be made in the organization. At the end of the meeting, you will have a documented Decision Matrix listing types of decisions and how your team intends to handle each one going forward. Teams that use a Decision Matrix experience increased accountability, operational clarity, and decision velocity. Use this meeting agenda template to get started.Related Posts:
20-page Facilitator's Guide PDF and a Word template you can use to create your Decision Matrix
To determine how decisions will get made within this team so that we can become more accountable and effective in getting work done.
- Author: Tammy Adams Spann
- Duration: 2.5 Hours
- Group Size: 20 or fewer
- Solution Categories: Leadership Teams
- Meeting Types: Planning Meetings
- Why are we here today?
- What decisions do we make?
- How are decisions made today?
- How do we want to make decisions in the future?
- What are our next steps?
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