with Martin Driver
Q. Can you tell me what is the difference between a DMP (Decision Making Process) and a DMU (Decision Making Unit)?
A. A Decision Making Process is basically all the steps that have to take place for a decision to be made and to be completed and signed off in a company i.e. an order could be from purchasing to finance, and then from finance to final signatory. So this would be the decision making process in that particular company.
A Decision Making Unit is a person or a group of people that may be involved at some stage during the decision-making process i.e. technical team, financial audit team or a steering committee etc. These decision-making units may have particular criteria for you to meet before they can allow the order to continue along the Decision Making Process.
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