Evaluation and Decision-Making Tools
Use evaluation and decision-making tools when you want to narrow a group of choices to the best one, or when you want to evaluate how well you’ve done something. This includes evaluating project results.
Decision matrix: Evaluates and prioritizes a list of options, using predetermined weighted criteria.
Multivoting: Narrows a large list of possibilities to a smaller list of the top priorities or to a final selection; allows an item that is favored by all, but not the top choice of any, to rise to the top.
How to Use Decision-Making Tools – Case Studies
Is There a Relationship Here? How a scatter diagram can help you determine if there's a correlation between two variables.
Tools@Work: More New Twists on Traditional Quality Tools and Techniques: Tips for using Ishikawa diagrams and Pareto charts in non-traditional applications.