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Effective Decision-Making Utilizing the SPADE Framework

17 Sep 2024
Workshops
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The SPADE Decision Making Framework, an acronym for Setting, People, Alternatives, Decide, and Explain, provides a structured process for making urgent and critical decisions, especially those with significant impact on an organization. This framework offers a systematic approach to decision-making that ensures high-quality outcomes and effective communication. SPADE can be utilized whenever a decision is being made, but it is particularly valuable for urgent, critical decisions affecting many people within the organization. The SPADE framework facilitates high-quality decision-making and ensures alignment and communication within the organization.

We will be using a real-world example to illustrate how the SPADE framework can be applied in practice. Participants will engage in an interactive exercise and group discussions to explore each step of the framework. By the end of the workshop, you will have a thorough understanding of how to implement SPADE in your own decision-making processes, ensuring high-quality outcomes and improved communication within your organization. This hands-on experience will empower you to make more informed, strategic decisions that align with your organizational goals.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understanding the SPADE Framework: Learn the five components of the SPADE decision-making process: Setting, People, Alternatives, Decide, and Explain.
  • Real-World Application: Gain insights on applying the SPADE framework to real-world scenarios to improve decision quality.
  • Enhanced Decision-Making Skills: Develop the ability to make structured, high-quality decisions under pressure.

This session is for…

  • Leaders and Executives: Those responsible for making high-stakes decisions that impact the entire organization.
  • Project Managers: Professionals tasked with overseeing projects that require urgent and critical decision-making.
  • Team Leads and Supervisors: Individuals who manage teams and need to ensure alignment and effective communication.
  • Business Analysts: Those who analyze data and alternatives to inform decision-making processes.
  • HR Professionals: Personnel involved in decisions affecting workforce planning and management.
  • Compliance Officers: Those responsible for decisions that ensure the organization adheres to regulations and standards.
  • Process Improvement Specialists: Professionals focused on optimizing processes and improving organizational efficiency.
  • Anyone Involved in Strategic Planning: Individuals who contribute to setting the direction and priorities of the organization.
Speakers
Mona Mortazavi, Program Management Lead - Cash App
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