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It’s obvious that not all decisions are the same!  Many different decision making models and processes have been created and defined.  Which will work best for depends on the kind of decision to be made: the importance and likely impact, the circumstances at the time, who is responsible for making the decision and carrying it out, and the philosophy and values of those involved.  Here we’ll be delving into the complex subject of decision making models and processes to explore different options.

Five Step Process  In the attempt to analyse decision making, many theorists have created models that outline what they believe is the process for making good decisions. Breaking this down into a number of steps is a frequently adopted way of defining the decision making process, and sequential step models have been created with various numbers of steps.  One of the most popular, the 5 step decision making process  Read more

Is Divination a valid way to make decisions? ​ ​Many different models of decision making have been developed but every model is ultimately based on a view of the world, humanity’s place in it and the role of the individual. Many who think good decision making must be rational or logical decry divination as mere superstition. But is such condemnation justifiable and reasonable?  Read more

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