Decision-Making Management (DMM)
DMM is a disruptive leadership style for teams and leaders that leads to jointly supported decisions that are self-responsibly turned into action. So that the uncertain decision maker human is not replaced by an artificial intelligence (AI) and AI becomes an integral part of human decision-making process.
KiE Labs empowers people to contribute their competencies to bring about jointly supported decisions, reliable and timely.
KiE Labs is the leader in DMM – for remote and presence collaboration
A comprehensive DMM consists of:
Digitized DecisionMaker for agile and traditional teams as well as decision makers, for remote and presence
A complete set of DMM processes, such as rating, understanding, quality, prioritization, and commitment process
The inseparability of emotions, intuition and cognition (KiE Theory) as a human decision-making process
The conscious intuitive rating that is available to every human after 350 ms
The competencies of all at 100% participation without anchoring effect are brought into the DMM process
Empowers people with a growth mindset
Use DMM and the Team-DecisionMaker App as general protection nudge against manipulation, so that all people get a chance to succeed. Leadership demonstrates responsibility to use DMM and KiE to coordinate everyone's best ideas.
Decide with solid
Jointly supported decisions can be brought about reliably with practice proven and robust DM Processes as an accepted rating system, consciously using intuition, bringing about jointly supported WeQuality, and prioritization as well as commitment processes.
Why Teams as well as Leaders
choose the Team-DecisionMaker
Stop failed and challenging projects
Successful projects and happy people save money and time.
End Painful Remote Meetings
Efficient meetings and good decisions with a 100% participation.
Stop Racism, Sexism, Ageism and all “isms”
Give people a voice, anonymously, no anchoring or priming.
Not aligned inefficient Teams
Use all competences with 100% participation in solid DM Processes.
Agreement, instead of Commitments
Jointly supported decisions, that everybody gets the chance to do well.
Discrimination, Conflicts and Exclusion
Eliminate “isms” leveraging your team’s combined expertise.
Already used by
How to Solve Crisis with A New Way of Making Decisions
Executives rate 75% of all meetings as inefficient. This is confirmed by both McKinsey and the Harvard Business Review. For business leaders and teams is making decisions stressful and frustrating.
Traditional forms of decision-making are simply not good enough.