State Alternative

The decision or the decision is made or decision makers to objective and subjective criteria. The anticipated desired and unwanted effects of the decision are important for decision-making. … The decision is preceded by so doing. Ahead of the decision you must deal so what is to do.

A planning of objectives and measures is usually ahead of the decision. Alternatively, not to set (default alternative) can represent an acceptable alternative. Here, the choice on a later date can be, moved, which however implies that the selectable alternatives remain. On the basis of effectively caused The success of a decision can be measured later consequences of the decision. The quality of a decision is measured by how well the resulting consequences meet the criteria and any other conditions do not violate. A retrospective assessment of the decision quality, lessons to be learned for future decisions. An intelligent system or individual can learn from past errors of judgement and will come to better decisions. However, this requires that the environmental factors and mechanisms of action which determine the decision situation and the consequences on the decision, not drastically change.

Experiences and learning effects derived from the past but only if the current decision situation with the past situations is comparable to improve the decision behavior. Complex decisions take place in several stages: determine a decision needs (see also agenda-setting) analysis of the decision environment investigation of Decision alternatives assessment of the possible consequences of each alternative decision and implementation of alternative (requires capacity and vigour) observation of the course and any revision of the decision or ongoing testing needs for subsequent decisions. Decisions can be divided on the subject of the decision: decision subject relates to consequences, affected example choice of action alternative actions and their consequences things, things, people, tasks, instructions, orders action decision by individuals, groups. Democratic societies or their authorised representatives constitute State action or adopt controlling interventions in the same.