Hall’s seven stages

Hall’s seven stage framework (1993)

1 Define the problem.
2 Identify the stakeholders.
3 Identify the practical alternatives.
4 Determine the measurable economic impact of each alternative.
5 Identify the immeasurable economic consequences of each alternative.
6 Arrive at a tentative decision.
7 Decide how to implement the decision.


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