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1 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 11 Choice Analysis Getting a Good List of Criteria Trouble Shooting Logic

2 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 2

3 33 Choice Analysis Choice Statement  Defines the outcome  Contains Action, Object, Key Qualifier(s) Criteria  Results expected  Resources to invest or conserve  Internal & External Constraints Mandatory Criteria  Measurable  Realistic Limit Desirable Criteria Options Down Side Risk Make Final Choice ROI DSR 

4 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 44 Select Best Interim Production Superintendent Choice Statement

5 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 555 Buy a new car MWithin our budget Good gas mileage Reliable MGets our boat to the lake Roomy Fits into a 17' garage so the door will close MWill hold all or stuff Has good acceleration

6 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 666 Audit Criteria Does each Criteria mean the same thing to everyone? Are all Mandatory Criteria Measurable with a Realistic Limit? Has the limit of each Mandatory Criteria been “stretched”? Where appropriate has a Mandatory Criteria sponsored a Desirable Criteria? Are there any “basket” criteria…and…but… Are there any “double valued” Criteria? Do all the Criteria truly relate to the Choice Statement? Are any of my Criteria really Options? Are all interested parties Criteria included in the list? Is the list of Criteria balances short term vs. long term? Based upon the “Audited list of Criteria” should the Choice Statement be revisited?

7 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 777 Buy a new car MCost no more than $25, Maximum gas mileage Has a good repair record according to CU MCapable of towing a 2500-pound trailer Seats four adults comfortably MFits into a 17' garage so the door will close Maximum luggage space Has good acceleration Minimize Cost

8 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 88

9 999 Establish Value of the Desirable Criteria To establish the value of the Desirable Criteria relative to one another  Give the most important Desirable Criteria a value of 10  All other Desirable Criteria relative to the Desirable Criteria with the value of 10  Use a scale of 10 to 1 DO NOT rank fit the criteria

10 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 10 Buy a new car MCost no more than $25, Maximum gas mileage 8Has a good repair record according to CU MCapable of towing a 2500-pound trailer 10Seats four adults comfortably MFits into a 17' garage so the door will close 3Maximum luggage space 10Has good acceleration 8Minimum cost

11 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 11

12 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 12

13 Copyright © 2009 First Steps Training & Development, Inc. All rights reserved. 13 For more information, or to schedule a workshop, contact: Toll Free: (800) Choice Analysis Getting a Good List of Criteria Trouble Shooting Logic


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