WARS that Resolve
If decisions were a choice between alternatives, decisions would come easy. Decisions are the selection and formulation of alternatives.
I explained my suggestion as we entered my room. “Professor Armstrong’s mantra about making a decision involves three inter-connected steps: deliberate, investigate, and evaluate. The process of deliberation, investigation, and evaluation forms a continuous cycle—we need to do all three as we work toward a solution. We’ve been discussing and investigating many different aspects of the case. Now it’s time for another major evaluation. We should organize our thoughts and figure out where we are at this point. How about another decision-making exercise?”
Phil grunted. “I guess ...