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Open in new window Introduction to Smart Choices and Systems Thinking

( June, 2017 )


Smart Choices in Agriculture is a decision making process designed to provide agricultural producers with a solid foundation to more consistently make good decisions in a very challenging decision making environment. Besides operating in the presence of an incredible amount of uncertainty, agricultural producers typically make decisions with multiple short term and long term objectives in mind. This process combines and promotes five key principles of a good risk management culture: (1) ability to anticipate decisions; (2) adequate resources and capacity to respond to changing conditions; (3) free flow of information into and throughout the organization; (4) willingness to learn and adapt; and, (5) risk management is embedded in all decision making processes.


Organization University of Nebraska Extension
Publisher University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Publication Date June, 2017
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