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Part V: Complex decisions > Linked decisions

Chapter 16. Linked decisions

Explanation

When identifying decision options, it’s important to identify which decisions are linked. A linked decision is one that is connected in some way to a future decision. For example, a decision to add a full-time trainer to your staff is linked to future budget decisions. As a linked decision will affect the course of future decisions, you must recognize that taking one course of action now can result in either better or limited options in the future. A linked decision is shown in Exhibit 4-4.


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