Value Decision Making

DEFINITION: Making plans, or mapping out ways of doing things that are based on perceived importance, or the preciousness and usefulness of something.

Be the solution, make ‘value decisions’ –

  • Plan with optimism
  • Get in behind ideas
  • Make them succeed.

Consider opportunities by looking at their usefulness, potential, and capacity to do good, or benefit to others.

Ask questions:
1. Is this loving?
2. Is this important?
3. Could it solve real needs?
4. Is this what is best for the people?
5. Is it truly sustainable?

Value decisions aim to look at an opportunity, situation, or plan of action with the best possible outcome in mind. It disregards traditional ways of doing things, perceived limitations, conservative thinking and pessimism – to look purely at the opportunity and see it’s potential.