Decision mapping doesn't require any special technology or tool and is most commonly performed on paper or in a standard office productivity suite.Next: Decision Trees
Formally defining and specifying the decision to be made.
Pros & Cons
Listing out the pros and cons of various options.
Listing choices that link to possible conditions that link to possible outcomes.
Compare options across multiple factors in a table.
Rank the impact of things that you could do and select the highest impact actions.
A decision tree depicts decision points and possible outcomes as a tree.
List strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats related to a decision.
Assess the costs and benefits of choices.
Draw a flow of ideas and relationships between ideas related to the decision. This can include areas such as goals, options, outcomes, risks, costs and benefits.