To make a decision

Jeffrey Phillips has his own [tag]Decision[/tag] Making Tool. He calls it the Must/Must Not ledger. He says,

This is really a very simple approach to determining what’s important as an outcome. I just take a sheet of paper and divide it down the middle (vertically). One the left half I write the things that “must” occur for the project or decision to be a success. On the right hand I write the things that “must not” happen for the decision to be a success. What this exercise does is to surface the attributes and consequences of a decision and help crystallize my thinking around a particular course of action.

Sometimes you had to take a decision. Then this method is a smart way of analyzing the situation.
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