Understanding the Meaning of Decision Framing
"Framing the Decision" refers to the process of evaluating, exploring, and defining the context and parameters within which a decision will be made. In the MDQ model, decision framing involves clarifying the purpose, scope, and perspective of the decision. Share this paper
Purpose: The purpose defines why the decision is being made. Defining purpose involves identifying the desired outcomes, goal, or problem that needs to be addressed (Decision Education Foundation, n.d). The purpose is defined to ensure that the decision aligns with the overall objectives of the decision so that all efforts and resources can be focused on achieving the intended results.