March 11, 2013

Non–judgemental or indecisive?!

Taking the Judgement Quiz in the first week of RDM was not only a fun task, but also an eye-opener. It was interesting to realise how much we take common sense for granted, and even more important than that was having a reality check with regards to how poor our judgement skills are. General matters related to everyday life required a more systematic and thought processing approach than we had initially anticipated. I was a little apprehensive and perplexed at first to have most of my answers wrong, but it all made a lot more sense when we were introduced to the different tools and techniques for robust decision making. The fact that this module pertained to real life situations which all of us face at some point or the other made this module quite interactive and insightful. These tools and techniques are applicable to our real life situations, and I believe that this module has directed me towards the right strategies to employ in order to reach better and robust decisions, if not overwhelmingly improve my judgement skills. Rest assured, I feel more prepared to deal with and solve complex situations now where I have to choose between different alteranatives that are surrounded by uncertainties.


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