Decision-making framework
Decision-making framework

The following Risk & Compliance precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Decision-making framework

This Decision-making framework should be used in conjunction with our Decision-making guide which sets out our organisation’s approach to decision making and explains why we have such a process in place.

We understand that all members of staff make decisions at work every day. We do not expect you to follow the Decision-making guide and this framework for minor or operational business decisions, although you may find some of the principles set out in this framework to be useful on a day-to-day basis.

The Decision-making guide and framework should be used whenever a significant business decision is required, to ensure such decisions are based on evidence and logic. A significant business decision is a decision that [insert your definitional criteria, eg may have a significant effect on our business, operations, staff, customers or external stakeholders], eg [insert examples eg a decision to proceed with a key project or business initiative, a decision relating to a complex situation or that is likely to have a commercial impact]. The full criteria for a significant business decision is set out in the Decision-making guide.

This framework will enable you to capture key information for each stage of our decision making process and can be presented to the final decision maker to ensure an evidence-based decision can be made.

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      Identify and define the problem or issue

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