In the process of solving a problem, you will be faced with the daunting task of selecting among a number of options, where each option has its own merits according to several criteria. These criteria could come from different stakeholder groups and could range from objective to subjective.
How are you going to decide between these alternative options? How about when a team should make these decisions and there are different opinions about them? How should you reach the decision?
This course introduces Multi-criteria analysis to help you analyse these decisions. Multi-criteria analysis (MCA) is a tool that can be used to compare alternative options. When applied consistently and transparently, it is a suitable approach for comparing options where impacts are not easily quantifiable. MCA uses objectives, criteria, measures, weightings and scoring approaches to rank and compare options. In this course, you will learn about MCA and you will apply it in a practical application.
No prior knowledge is assumed.
Duration: 1 Day
Delivery Mode: On-campus and remote. You choose how you would like to attend.