Have you ever witnessed an attempt at organisational change and thought to yourself, “How could they have possibly thought that would work?”. I know I have, and the answer can often be traced back to the decision making process used to decide on the change in the first place.
While certainly not professing decision making omnipotence I would like to share with you a straight forward decision making framework that you may find useful to keep in mind when it’s you that is tasked with organisational change responsibilities.
And so there it is; nothing too surprising right?
None-the-less, hopefully just knowing such a framework exists (and btw, there are lots of them), will cause you to pause and think about the change you are trying to initiate and therefore the decision making style that’s likely to gain you, and your change, the most practical support.