Sep
19
20:30

A Simple Way to Make Difficult Decisions using PCA

Workshop
Hebrew Session
Uri Yahalom
Owner @ Simpy Decide
Uri Yahalom started his career the orthodox way: BA Computer Science and MBA. IBM, Motorola, Qualcomm, and more. From SW engineer to R&D executive. Trying to avoid the naïve boring career path, Uri left the corporate world and founded 4 startups. At the same time, Uri started exploring Decision Making. Instead of the academic perspective Uri explored the entrepreneurship perspective: what should you do when you face a dilemma. Any kind of dilemma. Uri developed a proactive decision making approach which fits entrepreneurs and startups.
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Uri Yahalom
* Bring laptops! You are going to use them :) * As professionals, you have to make tough business decisions with contradicting elements. To top that, you often have to prove to stakeholders why you made that call. In this Jolt, you will learn how to prioritize your subjective choices using the PCA (Paired-Comparison-Analysis) method and use it to make the right decision. You will practice comparing non-objective aspects when faced with a dilemma and using a unique Decision Table for determining your best choice.

Questions this talk answers:

01

Why should you set priorities before making a decision?

02

How do you set priorities between subjective attributes using PCA?

03

How do you turn your PCA results into a precise decision?

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Uri Yahalom

Owner @ Simpy Decide

About
Uri
Uri Yahalom started his career the orthodox way: BA Computer Science and MBA. IBM, Motorola, Qualcomm, and more. From SW engineer to R&D executive. Trying to avoid the naïve boring career path, Uri left the corporate world and founded 4 startups. At the same time, Uri started exploring Decision Making. Instead of the academic perspective Uri explored the entrepreneurship perspective: what should you do when you face a dilemma. Any kind of dilemma. Uri developed a proactive decision making approach which fits entrepreneurs and startups.

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