I really like the recipe analogy you use in your paper.  If you don’t mind, I’m going to use it in my Strategic Decision Making course at the Colorado School of Mines.

Pat Leach, Professor of Practice, Colorado School of Mines, USA

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What is the rationale for the intended decision?


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