Decision Analysis Services Houston – sCurve Solutions
Decision analysis uses data to make the right decision based on real facts rather than intuition. It can be used to help you develop successful risk management strategies, make the right capital investments, and enhance the success of your business decisions.
Major Area Covered by Decision Analysis Services
Risk, capital investment, and strategic business are areas where decision analysis has the biggest impact. Our decision analysis services in Houston involve a systematic analysis of the relevant market and business data to aid result-oriented decision-making. We make decision analysis theory for managers to outline some of the most fruitful decisions according to the specific condition along with decision-supporting data.
Opportunities and Risks Against Decision Analysis
sCurve develops strategies that depend on the quantitative measurement of the opportunities and risks, and that is not reliant on intuition or unsubstantiated views. But, we also understand that personal judgment must be accounted for within the decision process. We formalize and capture the model elements which are dependent on judgment as to the key element so that they can be isolated and discussed openly.
We Improve Your Future Decisions by Remodeling Past Decision
We can also help make your future decisions better by modeling the success of past decisions. sCurve can help you improve your decisions over time by formalizing the process and capturing key data. Over time, a greater understanding of uncertainty, risk, and opportunity comes into view. Depending on many factors within an organization, a neutral, 3rd party view of key decisions can be a valuable addition to the information your company has to make logical and unbiased decisions.
Decision Making Strategies
sCurve employees the decision-making strategies and models which were developed and taught at Stanford University and that have been used prolifically by organizations such as the Rand Corporation. In complex analysis and decision-making, the formality of a good process and the understanding to implement are important elements to the success or failure of the process. sCurve brings that formal training and understanding of how to structure these models to the table for your company. We believe strongly that key business decisions should leverage all information and where possible, should rely on formal data and processes rather than intuition.
Analysis of Decision Making Keeping Risk Management in Consideration
Analysis of decision making is not a talent, it is a learned skill employing a formal process to analyze the likely outcomes of decisions on the profitability of potential investments or operational decisions. It is part of the suite of risk management skills (risk management) that sCurve can leverage for the benefit of your company or your projects. For a better understanding of what formal decision analysis can do for your organization, please give sCurve a call in our Houston, Texas offices or send us an email. We would be happy to have a conversation to further the understanding of the formal DA processes (decision-making) that we employ.
Understanding and Application of Decision Analysis
The Decision Analysis at sCurve Solutions is a network of consultants, managers, and academics committed to and interested in the dissemination, application, and better understanding of decision analysis. The organization defines decision analysis as a set of solid ways to construct and analyze decisions in the face of ambiguity and competing goals. Their major goal is to provide a place for members to debate new advancements in the field, broaden their learning, and share their experiences with decision analysis implementation.
What sCurve Has Already Experienced?
Our organization aims to be inclusive, with representatives from central and local government, commercial enterprises, and the nonprofit sector. Past events and experiences have covered a variety of cases and services, such as “excellent decision-making practice,” “structuring decisions,” and “optimization for informed decision-making,” as well as application areas such as the energy industry and the public sector.