The Decisicion Tree - shows how people with different "colors" practice management = risk management / risk rooms.
we imagine problems / issues rising from the root system, the fastest decision response will be with purple-makers on the first branch, who are eager to seek solutions.
Then comes the red-makers on the second branch,
who like to explor ideas, before the blue and facts oriented policymakers on the next branch.
The most time-consuming decision-making process will be the acceptance and concensus-seeking yellow decision makers
at the top.
In our illustration, this is marked by the dashed decision room for rapid, uncertain and critical decisions. Each decision level and decision-color is further divided into a management direction on the
left side and a more skill direction on the right.
- Most decision makers will have dominant strengths and interests of either one or the other direction.
In same aged of people will the different colors or decision roles from experience, be: Yellow ca. 50%, Blue ca. 10%, Purple ca. 10%, Red ca. 30%. - In many situations will the two minority groups: Blue and Purple be the natural leaders.
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