Decision Thinking

Decision Thinking


/dəˈsiZH(ə)n ˈTHiNGkiNG/

The application of a mental model, or a set of heuristics, for intentionally approaching, considering and taking a decision.

Who can use Decision Thinking?

Decision Thinking is tailored for individuals who are deeply engaged in enhancing decision-making processes, especially within the realm of participatory policy-making.

Explore ADDIS; an Adaptable and Iterative Approach to Policy-making

ADDIS is designed as an adaptable and iterative approach to policy-making. It is not a one-size-fits-all model but rather a flexible framework that encourages public participation and deliberation.

Agenda Setting

Identify and prioritize issues to address


Potential solutions and strategies are developed


The most viable path forward is chosen


Decisions are put into practice and monitored


Reflect on outcomes which will then inform future decisions

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