Decision Trees

A decision tree is a graphical representation of a decision-making process. It is used to visualise the possible outcomes of a series of decisions and to determine the most optimal course of action. A decision tree consists of a series … Continue reading

4 years, 1 month ago

Frameworks: Why have them?

Frameworks have been established that cover many disciplines including architecture, process, governance, change, skills,and maturity. Having frequently been asked when working , perhaps not overtly,  “why bother using  a framework?”:- the implication being that they only add unnecessary overheads.  When confronted with this it has been worthwhile … Continue reading

4 years, 4 months ago

Ability, Capability, Capacity and Competence (and Reality)

Over two years ago I posted a piece describing the characteristics of Ability, Capability, Capacity and Competence. This piece has been read often but was, in hindsight, deficient. Having an understanding of the meaning behind each of the terms is … Continue reading