‘The alternative to decision making is transparency.’
‘Understanding that decisions increase risk impacts all.’
‘Decision Free Solutions will save the world.’
‘Decision Free Birthing empowers expectant women.’
‘Everybody can manage risk, only few can minimise it.’
Decision Free Solutions (DFS) is a new way to utilise all available expertise to achieve the goals you believe in.
DFS sets out to overcome the challenge of communication between experts and non-experts, and the challenge of hierarchical decision making
DFS is a generic, systemic approach to achieve desired outcomes with minimal resources by creating the conditions to maximally utilise expertise. DFS makes use of the observation of a range of an individual’s or organisation’s characteristics to predict their behaviour.
DFS can be applied in Organisations, (Project) Management, Sales, Procurement, Lean, Birthing, … — in any field you care to think of.
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What needs to be achieved? In what conditions? In the Definition step this is made transparent and non-ambiguous for all who are involved.
What is needed to achieve the desired outcome against minimal risk? The right expert is able to tell you. In the Identification step this expert will be positively identified.
In the Clarification step the identified expert clarifies, using only easy-to-understand language, how the desired outcome will be achieved (the plan). Only once the plan is fully understood by all involved will it be approved for execution.
In the Execution step the approved plan will be executed and the expert will inform on plan progress as well as any deviation to the plan, the potential impact, and how to mitigate it.