Decision Structuring Dialogue. Sebastian Slotte and Raimo P. Hämäläinen Systems Analysis Laboratory Aalto University School of Science. Dialogue in Decision Analysis. First phase of problem structuring is of vital importance
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Decision Structuring Dialogue
Stage 1. Introduction of the dialogical skills and rules
Stage 2. Dialogue about the problem and formulation of
an initial question
Stage 3. Reformulation of the initial question.
Stage 4. Answers to the reformulated question.
Stage 5. Visioning of the ideal big picture
Stage 6. Dialogue on future measures
Especially important in conflict situations
When a participant speaks from her own experience she is not making a general judgement
Rules of Dialogue – Stage 1
DSD starts with a topic that all participants consider to be important in light of the problem at hand
Each participant tells a story based on personal experience about the problem or decision
Stage 3: Reformulation of the question
Stage 4: Suggest answers to the reformulated question
Stage 5: Visioning
Stage 6: Participants can discuss if and how the dialogue should affect the following decision workshop/conference
Group is working together
DSD in the Lake Kemijärvi Case
Visioning the Ideal Big Picture (stage 5)
Systems Intelligence Research Group
E. Saarinen and R.P. Hämäläinen: Systems Intelligence: Connecting Engineering Thinking with Human Sensitivity R. P. Hämäläinen, E. Saarinen (eds.): Systems Intelligence - Discovering a Hidden Competence in Human Action and Organizational Life, Helsinki University of Technology, Systems Analysis Laboratory Research Reports A88, October 2004, 9-37.
R.P. Hämäläinen and E. Saarinen, (eds.): Systems Intelligence - A New Lens on Human Engagement and Action Helsinki University of Technology, Systems Analysis Laboratory, August, 2008.
P. Siitonen and R.P. Hämäläinen: From Conflict Management to Systems Intelligence in Forest Conservation Decision Making R. P. Hämäläinen, E. Saarinen (eds.): Systems Intelligence - Discovering a Hidden Competence in Human Action and Organizational Life, Helsinki University of Technology, Systems Analysis Laboratory Research Reports A88, October 2004, 199-214.