Decision Coordination in Ambiguous Situations
December 15 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0£10
In running our society at all levels we have a history departmentalisation, dividing into different functions and of administering these as separate compartments. However, the real world is deeply interconnected so that even clear decisions in one area have unintended negative consequences in other areas. We lack the decision support tools and coordination skills to take balanced integral decisions.
In this talk I will introduce an approach and method that starts from acknowledging the interconnectedness of things and, by using visual mapping, enables us to identify better balance and closer correspondence to the systemic nature of life.
This approach is especially relevant to the additional complexities brought about by the Pandemic.