How To Create A Decision Matrix
Continuous Improvement Lesson • 9m 59s
This video is based on the free decision matrix we offer to our newsletter subscribers, but shows the general principles of turning gut-feel decisions into more quantitative ones.
It does this primarily by breaking bigger decisions into smaller ones and weighting those factors based on importance.
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