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Which Flow Should I Use to Frame a Decision?

This article summarizes the differences between the guided flow options and tips on when to use each flow.

In Cloverpop, there are shorter and longer flows, so you can tailor the level of framing to the decision.

In addition to the guided flows, you can also take a quick poll, which useful when trying to quickly assess where people stand on an issue or to generate ideas about a topic.

Guided Flows Options: 

  • The 4-minute flow is great for getting quick input from your stakeholders and making sure you’re considering multiple options. Increasing the number of alternatives is the best way to improve decision effectiveness.
  • The 6-minute flow further improves framing by evaluating how choices affect goals. This is a great way to get started with Cloverpop.
  • If the decision you’re facing is one where it’s particularly important to consider the full picture, use the 7-minute flow to identify missing information.
  • The 9-minute flow also compares the risk and benefits, which can be important for higher stakes or riskier decisions.
  • Some decisions have “heat” because they impact things that really matter to our colleagues. In those situations, use the 12-minute flow to understand the way your stakeholders are feeling about a decision and how that might be coloring their perception and buy-in.

 

The shorter flows will serve you well most of the time. But there are times when it’s more efficient in the long run to consider some elements of a decision in greater depth.

You can also take a quick poll which useful when trying to quickly assess where people stand on an issue or to generate ideas about a topic.

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