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      • Understand Techniques - (2)

        This section aims to educate the user in problem-solving and decision-making techniques, such as those utilised for "brainstorming" sessions.
      • Use Techniques for Decision Making - (2)

        This section offers the user information on how to apply various decision-making techniques to reach the right choices for them and for their business.


          Problem solving and decision-making are important skills for business and life. Problem-solving often involves decision-making, and decision-making is especially important for management and leadership.


          Preparation is at the heart of everything we do. Even seemingly simple and impulsive actions involve a process of understanding and decision-making which we may take for granted. By improving your comprehension of situations and decision-making ability you can improve the speed and efficiency of the process, for personal or professional gain. 

          Military strategist John Boyd suggested every decision we make is reached through a cycle of Observe-Orient-Decide-Act, which he named the OODA Loop. He suggested improving the mental processes required for each stage, anyone could develop their decision-making abilities. And by actively considering the stages of the cycle, long-term goals and projects could also be realised.