Digital Decision Making

Digital Decision Making is a process that Robert Fritz invented to enable consultants to discern seemingly enigmatic situations with a laser-like clarity.

A decision is divided into structural components and digital values are assigned to them. There follows a rigorous structural analysis that organizes
the components. This process normally takes about twenty minutes or less, yet clear and effective decisions are able be made, ones that are consistent with the clients goals, values, competing influences, and other complexities.

When compared to the months that most companies will allocate to high-level decisions, the value of this process is invaluable.

This technique is taught in the FST program, and also can be delivered in-house to managers.