A Better Decision Making Process for Energy and Utilities Leaders
When you are under pressure to make complex decisions that have large-scale impact, Decision Lens can help. Industry leaders use our proven decision tool to plan with confidence and execute successfully.
Energy and utility companies must respond effectively to changes in consumer demand, government regulations, market fluctuations and other unpredictable external forces. Power, gas and water must be delivered reliably and safely.
Equip your organization to meet goals, improve delivery and increase efficiencies, using the Decision Lens decision making process.
Use Decision Lens to bring together multiple stakeholders, enabling groups to:
-- Take operating challenges into account.
-- Define and prioritize criteria.
-- Evaluate alternatives.
-- Make decisions.
-- Justify those decisions.
-- Change course quickly when needed.
Here's how clients in the energy and utility industry are using Decision Lens:
uses our decision process to guide investment in new power transmission and delivery systems. They prioritize their objectives and use the results to evaluate vendors to achieve a "best value" score for each vendor.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
(NRC): The NRC did prioritization of their IT work efforts to determine where to focus resources for maximum value. Decisions that used to require 15 to 20 meetings are now made with just a few meetings.
drives their R&D project prioritization and investments, using Decision Lens. Our decision making process enables them to select projects that align best to their strategic priorities, evaluating R&D investments that deliver the best value.
Horizon Power makes a variety of decisions related to their "Green strategy." Decision Lens helps them make capital investment decisions that balance the need for safety, profitability and environmental friendliness.
Serving a wide variety of companies and government and defense agencies, Decision Lens has been selected as a best practice by The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Corporate Executive Board, and the Brookings Institute, among others.