Considered this technical note, how to make decisions in situations where there are multiple objectives and attributes. Performance against these objectives In some cases, may be given attributes important because they measure impact of a choice on certain interest groups. The note considers elimination by aspects of alternatives, dominance, and some decision rules that do not compromise compensatory measures (lexicographic, satisficing). Methods for “rate, and weight” (linear additive … Read More »

Considered this technical note, how to make decisions in situations where there are multiple objectives and attributes. Performance against these objectives In some cases, may be given attributes important because they measure impact of a choice on certain interest groups. The note considers elimination by aspects of alternatives, dominance, and some decision rules that do not compromise compensatory measures (lexicographic, satisficing). Methods for “rate, and weight” (linear additive scoring rules) are described and illustrated.
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Samuel E Bodily
Source: Darden School of Business
18 pages.
Release Date: 08 April, 1991. Prod #: UV0672-PDF-ENG
Multiobjective and stakeholder choice HBR case solution

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