I use the term Decision Architecture to describe the process of designing and assembling components to achieve a successful Data-Driven Decision Making (3DM) system.
I think about Decision Architecture on three levels.
The foundational level involves ensuring six essential components are present and connected.
The second level achieves a state of continual improvement, where some level of benefit is being achieved while also setting the stage for more complex analysis and models.
The third level of Decision Architecture optimizes the balance between humans and technology in the decision-making process.
Achieving a high level of knowledge at all three levels will be a lifelong learning pursuit. In the meantime, the business-driven and practical nature of the approach can be helpful on both the customer and supplier side of data and analytics services.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to learn more about how 3DM6 framework and principles could help your organization increase revenue, reduce costs, and lower risk using data and analytics.