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The quality of a decision is directly related to the degree risk is accounted for in it.

Risk mitigation and decision making are two topics that go hand-in-hand. You can’t make good decisions without understanding the risks that come with the various choices. 194 more words

Decision Making

Regulation Has A Huge and Unseen Cost

The way president-elect Trump dealt with the Carrier proposed migration to Mexico is interesting. Not because the cost is significant or the reulst material, but because of the format. 427 more words

Don Shaughnessy

Predictive Policing

“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you’re right.”   ~ Henry Ford

Within the P-R-I-D-E Adaptive Decision-Making Model, the first step to making sound decisions, especially in moments of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, chaos, and anxiety), is to Predict. 1,797 more words


Political madness: Decision making by American Jews

“Even after eight years of President Barack Obama’s efforts to create daylight between Israel and the United States to appease the Iranians and other Arab countries, and despite the extraordinary support for Israel expressed by all sections of the Republican Party, Jews still tended to vote Democrat. 197 more words


For His Purposes Only: Waiting to Date Follow Up

It’s been two months since Why I Prefer to Wait to Date Part One and for good reasons. An intense desire to grasp a deeper understanding behind the wait I committed to overwhelmed me. 486 more words


Correcting the-one-and-only-correct-answer mentality

When you are/were in school, are/were you taught there is only one correct answer?

If yes, who decides what is the one correct answer to each question you were asked? 602 more words