Multi-criteria Group Decision Making with Private and Shared Criteria An Experiment

Abstract : Collective decision processes remain a common management approach in most organizations. In such processes, it seems important to offer participants the opportunity to confront the differences in their points of view. To this end, cognitive and technical tools are required that facilitate the sharing of individuals’ reasoning and preferences, but at the same time allow them to keep some information and attitudes to themselves. The aim of our study is to assess whether, in the multi-criteria approach to problem structuring, decision-makers can be comfortable using shared criteria in addition to private criteria. For this purpose, an exploratory experiment with student subjects was conducted using the Group Decision Support System, GRUS.
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Pascale Zaraté, Guy Camilleri, Marc Kilgour. Multi-criteria Group Decision Making with Private and Shared Criteria An Experiment. 16th International Conference Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN 2016), Jun 2016, Bellingham, WA, United States. pp. 31-42. ⟨hal-01873777⟩

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