Get the right target, the right way, the right decision

A Preference screening of your business highlights the decision processes used today and where improvement can be made

Preference Screening is a fixed price service that provides clear information about the structure, flow and information used in your decision making processes in a variety of categories of decisions and situations. It will also show how the requirement of information and what type of analytical decision support will be appropriate to use.

This will show how your organization can create more value, structure and competitiveness by having a higher quality in important decision-making.

Preference Screening clarify the organizations:

  • Structure and flows of the decision processes in the organization
  • Quality and reliability of those processes
  • The quality and reliability of the information used
  • Outlines possible  improvement’s

The following topics are covered.

The company’s business situation The need for structure in the company’s various decision-making situations are identified to ensure that the structure and proper documentation are available for effective decision primarily on the strategic level but also at the tactical and operational level.

Strategic level An analysis is made of how decisions at the strategic level are handled, and the demands on structure, communication and documentation available today.

Tactical level Existing IT infrastructure is mapped in order to clarify that they deliver information support that ensures a basis for rapid decisions at the tactical level.

Operational level Mapping the potential for improvement at the operational level by introducing better decision support procedures and tools.

Information Quality Quality, timeliness, accessibility and scope of business-critical information reviewed as well as the processes that are in the daily active-device for continuously ensuring information quality.

Risk Analysis Through an analysis examined and assessed various operational and business risks are related to the current decision-making. This moment includes an analysis of the need for methodological support to address and consider these risks in decision processes.

All of this to a fixed price