Your meeting is taking too long again? The dominant and loud ones push through and the quiet ones don’t bring in their competences?
With the Team-Decision-Maker all participants have their say at the same time and anonymously. With Decision-Making Management (DMM) processes, understanding, prioritization, commitments, etc. can be brought about step by step.
Diverse competencies devalue each other instead of complementing each other. As a consequence, no decisions are made or bad decisions are made.
The best ideas from everyone are coordinated through DMM. Thus, jointly supported decisions are brought about safely and in a timely manner. So that all team members, agile and traditional, as well as leaders, get a chance to do it well.
A comprehensive DMM consists of:
- Team DecisionMaker app for decision-makers as well as agile and traditional teams, for remote as well as presence.
- Complete set of DMM processes, such as ratings, understanding, quality, prioritization and commitment process
- Inseparability of emotion, intuition and cognition (KiE) as a human decision-making process
So that the uncertain decision-maker human is not replaced by an artificial intelligence (AI) and AI becomes an integral part of human decision-making.
Intuitive rating is available to any human after 350 ms and is consciously used in DMM processes. DMM empowers agile as well as traditional teams to bring their competencies into a jointly supported decision.
Leadership is shown as having the responsibility to use DMM and KiE to coordinate everyone’s best ideas. In this way, jointly supported decisions are brought about safely and in a timely manner. So that all people, leaders as well as agile and traditional team members get a chance to do well.
Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman is now pleading the case for DMM. Anchor effects are completely eliminated and 100% participation is safely achieved.
April 2021, Richard Graf & Elsa Graf
“Use Decision-Making Management (DMM) aligned at the Inseparability of emotions, intuition and Cognition (KiE)”, Richard Graf.