3. Deciding what will be done to answer the Exam Question*

*The Exam Question is that question that best describes the challenge or opportunity and for which strategy or plans need to be built.

The Decision Framework contains 5 Modules. The following order explains the sequence within which we start to understand how we will make the critical decisions as we develop the #resilient business for the future.

The 5 Modules In Detail

Scroll or click through each of the modules below to get a sense of the structured logic. Think of them as interconnected conversations between the team - with no outcome or bias in mind. There are many supplementary elements to this but this framework gets us to consider the baseline and from there we can build.

    1. The Dynamic Landscape - The critical dynamics that we understand play critical roles in our world.
    2. The Contextual Insight - That we now have and that enables us to make far smarter and more agile decisions.
    3. The Governing Mechanisms - How we will stay aligned and on the same page with regard to all the key criteria for making the right decisions day by day
    4. The Declared Intentions - The key anchor and end point for all the thinking and working of the business
    5. The Resilience Model - The #Resilience architecture ensures that all dimensions are considered within all decisions.

The 3rd Framework Within the 4D Approach