Distribute decision-making (TOP CHALLENGE)


  • Identify roles and capabilities from the different agencies and stakeholders in the emergency.
    • Build a shared understanding concerning the scenario and strategy across responders to synchronize simultaneous decision-making. Manage complex information focusing on the multiple levels of decision-making.
    • Distributed decision-making based on assigned missions, on common objectives and a shared understanding on situation.
    • Management by objectives, giving flexibility and autonomy in decision making.
    • Lower decision making.
  • Identify points of coordination in the different zones: from local (hot zone, warm zone ...) to regional and to national. Establish different levels of liaison officers, translators, communication; entrance points; and infrastructures as needed. (TOP CHALLENGE scored 6/12 among our 12 best challenges)
  • Establish the level of command, coordination and support to intervention and identify the standards for information exchange
  • Be aware and know the cultural diversity and your role in the situation

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