Another tool from MindTools today. This one is also on decision processing. The article includes a worksheet to use. Leadership and management
Excerpt: This is especially challenging if your choices are quite different from one another, if decision criteria are subjective, or if you don’t have objective data to use for your decision.
Paired Comparison Analysis helps you to work out the relative importance of a number of different options – the classical case of “comparing apples with oranges.”
In this article, we’ll explore how you can use Paired Comparison Analysis to make decisions.
Read full article and use worksheet available via Paired Comparison Analysis – Decision-Making Skills Training from Mindtools.com.