Can-Do Framework for Change

Transforming the Rational Decision Making Process – Part 3

Part 3 – The Relational Domain
The Relational Domain has the accumulation of millions of years of relationship experience from the first multicellular organisms to the sophisticated human society of today. Each generation builds on the prior generation.

The Bible even goes back further in saying Wisdom was present from the beginning of Creation: “Ages ago I was set up, at the first, before the beginning of the Earth.” (Proverbs 8:23)


Figure 4 – Relational Domain

Figure 4 shows the Relational Domain where you’re facing the time axis as the Z axis whereas in the Rational Domain the time is along the X axis.

The video below shows the 3D transformation of the Rational Domain to the Relational Domain.

Rational Decision Making Process Transformation Video

For a more detailed description of the Relational Domain, see An Introduction to the Can-Do Wisdom Framework.

The relational domain is important for group decision making in a political sense. A change instigator who has learned or discovered what changes are needed has to lead or at least influence the formation of a coalition. This influencing process to change the mindset of other individuals takes time and skill, particularly if the instigator lacks position power.

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