. . .
choosing between options by projecting likely
. . making a choice where many factors must be balanced.
selecting the most important changes to make.
. . is
used to look at decisions from a number of important
perspectives. This forces you to move outside your
habitual thinking style, and helps you to get a more
rounded view of a situation. This tool was created by
Edward de Bono.
. . evaluating
quantitatively whether to follow a course of action.
. . understanding the pressures for and against change.
. . working out the relative importance of different options.
. . weighing
the Pros and Cons of a decision.
. . is a
simple technique for tools for identifying status of