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Hong Sun, Management Consultant, Canada
The Matrix developed by Ralph Douglas Stacey is a typical . Stacey's matrix is a useful addition to the for choosing the best decision-making approach, management actions and control to respond to various business situations with different degrees of complexity and agreement among . DIMENSIONS OF THE STACEY DIAGRAM The two dimensions or axes of the Stacey Matrix are "Certainty" and "Agreement". CERTAINTY
  • Close to Certainty: When underlying cause and effect relationships are clear, past experiences well applicable, and the outcomes predictable.
  • Far from Certainty: When underlying cause and effect relationships are unclear, past experiences irrelevant, and the outcomes unpredictable.
  • Close to agreement: When the key stakeholders involved in an issue or decision are aligned in terms of values, interests, and objectives, etc., or are close enough to find common ground to move forward.
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