(Decision Management, Systems Engineering and Productivity/Knowledge Management)
Decision Management: People and organizations using transparent, scalable, structured method for decision making is applied when the outcome of a decision is impactful.
Systems Engineering: People recognize the role of systems engineering in the process of product and process development and deployment
Productivity/Knowledge Management: People can make fewer false starts based on my example.
Decision Management: Provide a simple, scaleable method for structured decision making, available to everyone, via affordable training and tools. Provide a manageable ‘on-ramp’ for engineers or companies looking to begin their journey with decision management and systems engineering.
Systems Engineering: Musings and examples from my years applying systems thinking and problem solving methods to systems projects
Productivity/Knowledge Management: Share my journey in processes and tools.
I help individuals and groups apply repeatable decision making techniques and tools to manage strategic decisions over time. These Structure Decision Making/Decision Management (SDMDM) techniques are meant to be transferred to the users for their continued independent application.
Individuals, groups or teams can improve the critical decisions they make and enhance the quality of outcomes while decreasing cycle time. An individual can be attempting to choose a college or location to live. A team can track the decisions made from product inception through concept, decision, manufacturing and release. The methods are trainable, repeatable and scalable.
My longest experience was as part of a relatively small engineering organization in an “independent” division of a large corporation. This provided involvement with corporate initiatives in software and systems and access to corporate tools and training but with budget and attitude constraints when implementing in the smaller company.