Ilm M&L15

Understands the principles of effective decision making

1.1 The importance of Objectives, scope and success are clear direction for the team aimed at achieving the team objectives is detailed in the team plan. The role that each person will play in achieving the team objectives needs to be defined within the plan. Responsibilities will need to be allocated, sufficient resources provided and each person briefed and made accountable for their part in the implementation of the plan, the team can plan their preparations as and when they have spare time. Strategic plan but is all set out by the initial vision that the owner has when she is starting the company.
1.2 The importance of analysing decisions are to create a bench mark so you know where to start from, then you can start to analyse the choice of decisions you have made, you can do this by using various ways, team feedback, customer feedback or by having independent inspections and audits, of which records would be kept and stored for up to 20 years.
1.3 The importance of obtaining sufficient valid information to enable effective decision making are to understand and interpret the information collected and making reasonable changes organisations policies and procedures, and communicating it to all colleagues throughout our organisation, our managers role is to maintain our standards are kept that are required by law and Ofstead.
1.4 The importance of aligning the decisions to business objectives are that in the end they meet the same goal, the goal first set out by the owner and if the decisions made need to be changed so that it is in-line with the “vision” or the standards that could be improved either with work conditions, and or policies and procedures within our organisations. One of the problems facing a decision-maker is deciding how much information is needed to inform a decision
1.5 we can validate the information via many processes, either by customer feedback (recommendations) or of a growing...