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Whether it’s done consciously or not, problem solvers and their teams are responsible for the outcomes of a lot of important decisions. Taking no action at all is effectively a decision. And decisions were not created equally! Tune in to this comprehensive webinar to make sure you’re using the right method at the right time for the best decision.


Webinar Level

  • Intermediate

Agenda

In this 1-hour webinar, we will cover the following:

  • The Decision-Making Process
  • The Different Decision-Making Methods
  • The Decision-Making Trade-Offs
  • The Tips and Tricks of Decision Making

Presenter

Elisabeth Swan - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Elisabeth Swan, Managing Partner

Elisabeth is a Managing Partner and Master Black Belt of GoLeanSixSigma.com. Elisabeth has over 25 years of success helping leading organizations like Amazon, Charles Schwab, and Starwood Hotels & Resorts build problem solving muscles and use Lean Six Sigma to achieve their goals.
 
 

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Elisabeth Swan

Elisabeth is a Managing Partner at GoLeanSixSigma.com. For over 25 years, she's helped leading organizations like Amazon, Charles Schwab and Starwood Hotels & Resorts build problem-solving muscles with Lean Six Sigma to achieve their goals.

Tracy O'Rourke

Tracy is a Managing Partner at GoLeanSixSigma.com. She is also a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Instructor at UC San Diego and teaches in San Diego State University’s Lean Enterprise Program. For almost 20 years, she has helped leading organizations like Washington State, Charles Schwab and GE build problem-solving muscles.