‘That decisions increase risk is not semantics, it is logic.’

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‘To stay ahead, freeing up resources beats cutting cost.’

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‘DFS helps you to become a High Performance Organisation’

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‘The alternative to decision making is transparency.’

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‘Everybody can manage risk, only few can minimise it.’

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‘Leadership performance is easy to predict.’

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Decision Free Solutions (DFS) is a generic and systematic approach, providing guidelines for new and existing methods to utilise all available expertise to achieve desired outcomes.

DFS sets out to overcome the challenge of communication between experts and non-experts, and the challenge of (hierarchical) decision making.

DFS sets out to create the conditions to maximally utilise expertise. By doing so it improves organisational performance and resolves  frustrations.

DFS makes use of the observation of a range of an individual’s or organisation’s characteristics to predict behaviour and performance.

DFS makes expertise matter. This is how we will help you. Have a look at our explanations, publications and our services.

Decision Free Solutions — Resolve frustration. Utilise expertise. Free up resources. Make change happen.

Decision Free Solutions provides solutions in the following fields:

Decision Free Healthcare

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Decision Free Healthcare is a method to make it transparent to patients they are offered the treatment best aligned with their personal aims. Without the need for decisions. Without the stress that comes with decision making.

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Workshops and Speaker Engagements

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What is Decision Free Solutions? How will it save the world? How will it help to free up resources and make expertise matter? We offer workshops and we offer speaker engagements.

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Decision Free Birthing

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Decision Free Birthing is a a method to empower expectant women to achieve their personal birthing aim. This service is aimed at helping caregivers to offer the method of DF Birthing to expectant women.

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Decision Free Procurement

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How to procure solutions which you are in need of, but which are so complex it becomes hard to distinguish between vendors? How to bring across you are the expert-vendor with the right vision for the customer? How to identify the expert-vendor? A service for vendors and buyers.

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Decision Free Sales.

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Your solutions for the market are a result of your expertise and your vision. The customer, unfamiliar with the expertise and technology involved, will not be able to distinguish between the vendors' solutions. But you are the expert-vendor, so how to bring this across so that the customer does not have to make a decision?

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Decision Free Management

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Decision Free Management is about replacing decisions with substantiated choices, by ensuring the organisation's expertise takes the decisions which cannot be avoided, and identifying decisions as risks. Read what this means for management.

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The four steps of Decision Free Solutions - DICE:

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.

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DFS helps you to become a High Performance Organisation

Many organisations want to improve organisational performance and strive to become recognised as a High Performance Organisation (HPO), but what is it, and what benchmarks to use? Decision Free Solutions explains what an HPO is, and how you can become (as well as recognise) one.

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The alternative to decision making is transparency.

Decisions are conclusions or resolutions reached after consideration (the Oxford dictionary definition of ‘decision’). When something needs to be considered it means it is not transparent. Create transparency and what follows are not decisions but ‘the logical next step’. When something is transparent you don’t have to think. Transparency allows decisions to be replaced by approvals.

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Leadership performance is easy to predict.

In every leadership-role the aim is to create the conditions to achieve the aims against minimal risk. The needed combination of experience and skills is always different. Simple observations help to identify the right person.

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Everybody can manage risk, only few can minimise it.

In every organisation there are both identified and unidentified risks. Unidentified risks occur e.g. when aims are not clearly understood, when it is unclear whether the right expertise is available, or used appropriately. All of which results in decision making. To manage identified risks is straightforward, to minimise risk you must avoid decision making. Which is what an expert does. But what does it take to become an expert?

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To stay ahead, freeing up resources beats cutting cost.

In good times it may be relatively easy to make profits. In bad times relying on quality alone can be challenging. But the approach of “cutting cost” will affect the quality of your solution, and margins will get affected. Implementing DFS improves the utilisation of available expertise, improving quality and (thus) bringing cost down. This is how expert organisations stay ahead of competition, and retain healthy margins.

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That decisions increase risk is not semantics, it is logic.

That decisions increase risk follows from the dictionary definition and use of logic. Few experience decisions in this way, for various obvious reasons. Many unsubstantiated choices are made based on experience or are educated guesses. We get a lot of decisions right. When the risk does occur, usually much later, we often fail to make the link with the decision. What is more, making decisions often makes us feel good. But the risk is still for real.

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