Decision Making Hierarchy

A decision-making hierarchy refers to the process by which decisions are made within an organization, and the roles and responsibilities of different stakeholders in the decision-making process. The hierarchy may vary depending on the size and structure of the organization, as well as the nature and scope of the decision being made. In general, decision-making hierarchies may involve input and feedback from various levels of the organization, including managers, executives, and subject matter experts. Effective management of decision-making hierarchies requires clear communication and transparency about decision-making processes, as well as a commitment to seeking input and feedback from all relevant stakeholders.