Why Your Hard Work Sits on the Shelf — and What to Do About It

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Decision-Driven Data-Making

Process flow for analyzing and making strategic decisions. © Ian David Moss/Knowledge Empower L3C

The “Wrap-Around” Model of Decision Support

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  • It isn’t clear whether a proposed change is worthwhile because the evidence for the benefit of the new strategy/tactic is weak or inconclusive?
  • A proposed change makes sense assuming that the underlying environment remains stable, but upcoming or potential shifts in the environment throw that assumption into question?
  • A proposed change appears to be beneficial on its own, but carries other implications for the organization and/or other entities that may make the overall impact negative?

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