SAD - 1 Using the cause and effect analysis for your...

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1. Using the “cause and effect analysis” for your business will help you understand the causes and end results from decision-making. Many of the times we understand the cause but not the effect of the decisions and actions taken by the CEOs. When people don’t question the effect that was created by the cause (decision and action), then they are acting irrationally and recklessly. Holding a meeting, conference or just having a brainstorming session will help create a “cause and effect analysis” of decision-making. Participators will list out the pros and cons of each decision during those sessions so holding those events from time to time is extremely useful in making careful decisions. Most of the most minor things get picked up during these sessions. One must think of the cause to create the effect . Knowing the beginning to understanding the end. Broad consultation from many different people will create a better “cause and effect analysis” chart to understanding what decision and action should be implemented. Every action and decision creates an effect so knowing what must be done to create the end result is important. Stress importance over the most minor cause as their effect could be huge in comparison. 2. Scientific method refers to a body of techniques for investigating phenomena, acquiring new knowledge, or correcting and integrating previous knowledge. To be termed scientific, a method of inquiry must be based on gathering observable, empirical and measurable evidence subject to specific
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