Team work and robust decisions
The group exercise of RDM has helped me in better understanding tools that can help in making more robust and critical decisions, however, what was even more important is that we built a decision process that allowed us deciding on tangible and consistent data, developing awareness of our choices.
In addition, as I wrote on my first blog, this module is giving me also the basis for making better decisions in the future. In fact, often we make decisions based mainly on our feeling. However, thanks to Jeff, starting from now I will think more on the importance of decision processes since it could let me feel more confident with my decisions. Particularly, I really liked the SMART tool, probably because at the end of the process we had a visual representation of our most robust decision and I really think that, with further study and more practice, it could help me in the development of my career.
In addition, I want to highlight the importance of teamwork in the application of these tools, in fact, thanks to cooperation and team working, as a group we came up with interesting ideas learning faster and easier. Thus, I strongly believe that for performing better and critically evaluating these tools, it is crucial working in a team where sharing ideas and knowledge is promoted, and I am really glad that this happened in my team. Therefore, during this week, I did not learn only how to apply tools for building a robust decision-making process, that has been important for the development of my personal capabilities, but I also had the chance to re-discover that one the most important source of learning is teamwork.
Thanks guys, thanks Jeff!
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