Decision boxes in Skore

Decision boxes in Skore

What is it ?

How to represent decision box in Skore. We do not have traditional "decision diamonds" so how to do in Skore?

The decision

This is usually an activity: define, decide, approve, review... and is described in an activity box / whatbox

The benefit of this approach is that
  • The actual action is described (decide, approve...)
  • The responsibility is correctly assigned

The options

In skore, add as many whyboxes to describe the options as necessary.

Another example:

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