Organizational Behavior and Multicriterial Decision Aid
Опубликовано на портале: 11-12-2002
Organizational decisions are characterized by a multiplicity of choice criteria. This property, which in reality affects virtually all human behaviors, prevents use of the standard (neoclassical) theory of decisions based on the maximization of a single criterion. Rather, the outranking methods developed by the French school of operational research make it possible to deal with multicriterial choices and avoid the defects of the naive method. This paper develops a paradigmatic example in order to show the essential effects of the outranking methods and their compatibility with the theory of limited rationality and satisfactory choices.
behaviorism decision making decision theory optimization algorithms organizational behaviour outranking methods satisfactory choices utility functions
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