Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
I found an interesting article about contextual decision making. "A Leader's Framework for Decision Making," an article in Harvard Business Review, is about tailoring your decision making approach based on the context. You can use the Cynefin Framework to figure out which context you're operating in, so you can choose the most effective response. The key is whether to categorize, analyze, probe or act.
Context's Characteristics The Cynefin Framework includes five context types:
Fact-based ManagementSimple and complicated are part of the ordered world. How to respond as a leader in simple and complicated scenarios:
Pattern-based LeadershipComplex and chaotic are part of the unordered world. How to respond as a leader in complex and chaotic scenarios:
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