Police Training College Holds Chaos Management Seminar
Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Police personnel are required to track vigilance capacity due to the ever-increasing complexities unleashed by the contemporary era of continuous disruption. For them, decision making becomes a challenge as a specific alternative has to be selected and implemented within tight and slim timelines. A mix of information processing ability and intuition is needed, Naveen Krishna Rai, head of government affairs and business development at IIM Indore, said on Wednesday.
He made the above remark as a moderator of a session on dealing with chaos organized by the Police Training College Indore.
He further informed the students about the Consequences Model of Decision Making During Chaos which analyzes a decision on the basis of its impact in relation to the time frame in which the decision was to be made.
If a decision is made too early in the heat of the moment, without gathering just enough essential information to make intelligent speculations to make a decision, its impact will be small. Similarly, if the decision maker invests more time in gathering relevant information related to the decision, he may lose the time in which the decision would have been effective, rendering a small impact on the situation, even if it involved many efforts. The most impactful decisions are in the region of intersection between the time range and the greatest breadth of knowledge one needs to have to aid in the decision that can be made in that crucial time frame, Rai added.
In addition, he touched on various other topics related to the nuances and practices of Chaos Management.
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