Deciding Hacks Quiz

Chapters 15 – 17

Welcome to your Deciding Hacks Quiz

Synergies occur when two positive elements on your PMQ list generate even more benefits in combination with each other than they do as individual elements.
Identifying synergies helps you properly weight the positive and negative columns of your PMQ chart.
Which of the following would be considered the most toxic combination?
Designating the ideas in your PMQ list that can quickly fade, by easily modified, or swiftly answered can help you make better decisions.
Ben Franklin thought the best way to use your PMQ list was to assign numerical weightings to the items in the columns.
Sometimes you can simply look at a well-developed PMQ list (e.g., synergies noted, easy items identified and long-term versus short-term ideas designated) and make a good, well-informed intuitive decision.
Discussing a well-developed PMQ list with colleagues or friends might be the best alternative for reaching a good decision.
When the pros/cons are straightforward and there are few unanswered questions, which of the following decision-making methods makes the most sense?
When there are a complex set of alternatives with many questions, which of the following decision-making methods makes the most sense?
It doesn't really matter which decision-making method you use because they all yield the same result.