Framing Helps Clarify Your Problem and Decision
Learn a three component method to clarify the decision being tackled.
Explains how to clarify a decision
Describes the differences between purpose, perspective, and scope
Promotes using the H.I.P. Check to consider how decision outcomes create change, impact others, and might be long-lasting
Carl Spetzler talks about Decision Frame
Carl Spetzler, Founder and Chairman of the Strategic Decisions Group, gives tips on how to properly frame a decision being made. Framing is clarifying the decision we’re tackling. To properly frame a decision, we need to define what it is that we are deciding, what we are not deciding, what we should take as given, and what goals we wish to achieve.