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How building a decision tree can help crack the team productivity code

Making decisions is similar to attempting to solve a problem. You must piece together information from numerous sources until you get a whole picture. But how can you synthesise and analyse all of the moving aspects when the bits are unclear or fractured, and you need to gain approval from hundreds of cross-functional collaborators?

Step inside the decision tree.

These handy tree-shaped graphics make decision-making easier to handle. When done correctly, they may also mean less dreadful three-hour meetings when the same old debates are repeated over and over again, just for someone to eventually make a decision that may not be inclusive of everyone's points of view. Fortunately, decision trees are simple to construct and universal — They may be used to solve issues on your alone or with your team in almost any sector.

They may be used to solve issues on your alone or with your team in almost any sector.

More on developing decision trees, their use cases across design, IT, marketing, and product teams, and more is provided by Stephanie Darling, our Editorial Content Manager at InVision.

What is a decision tree?

Types Of Decision Trees

How can decision trees be used by teams?

Decision trees for PM, HR, Marketing & a lot more

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