Using the Dynamic Decision Management approach, the experienced manager can optimize his decision making by combining the ever necessary intuition with empirical support. Volatility and future flexibility are finally able to be evaluated. This is demonstrated in a convincing way using examples from the energy industry.
Dynamic Decision Management accelerates strategy processes in a remarkable way while enhancing transparency.
Up to now the elements of uncertainties and dynamics have been integrated only in a rough sense in the decision making process. Dynamic Decision Management shows how uncertainties and dynamic can be assessed with precision.
Calculated flexibility shows how the complex, method-based approaches of mathematics and finance are able to be implemented feasibly in everyday business life.