This course aligns decision making with the opportunities and risks we are responsible for. Providing a structured method to map process to risk and opportunity, identify gaps, and balance value with investment to guide good decisions. A decision alone is insufficient to achieve an outcome. The decision must be supported by a workable plan for implementation. The combination of analysis, decision and planning is what produces results. We rehearse the use of these tools, so that delegates leave the course capable of functioning beyond confirmation bias and group think, capable of starting from a blank sheet of paper if necessary and building functioning businesses or teams.Stephen Hawking called the 21st Century the century of complexity. How we deal with complexity will define our enterprises. Making good decisions in complex environments is beyond most of us. We must reduce complexity and increase wisdom to embrace the variables and technology amongst the ever-increasing pace of change.