7 Step Decision Making Process Infographic
This free infographic will help you understand and use the 7 step decision making process. These are the essential phases of structured decision making activity, especially for big or important decisions.
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The 7 step decision making process infographic
The rational decision making process consists of a sequence of steps designed to rationally develop a desired solution. Typically these steps involve:
1 Identify a problem or opportunity
2 Gather information
3 Analyze the situation
4 Develop options
5 Evaluate alternatives
6 Select a preferred alternative
7 Act on the decision
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More on the 7 steps in decision making
You’ll find more on these and other practical techniques in our e-guide: Making Better Decisions.
It’s packed with practical tools, clear processes, great tools, useful tips, thoughtful insights, and emerging ideas on “nudging” decisions.
Use the tools in this guide to help your decision making:
- Tool 1: Do you need to make a decision?
- Tool 2: The POCA decision making model
- Tool 3: Decision levels
- Tool 4: 7 step decision making process
- Tool 5: Team decision making
- Tool 6: Evaluating alternatives
See for yourself how to use the 7 steps in decision making, to help you be a better manager.
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