It is a good way to create the picture of all our objectives and alternatives..Without a consequences table important information can be overlooked and trade offs can be made with any order, leading to wrongheaded decisions.
Objectives Monthly salaryJob A
Alternatives Job C
Flexibility Business skills development Annual vacation days Benefits
Low People management,computer 12
High Operations, computer 10
None Time management, multitasking 12
14 Health, dental, retirement Great
15 Health, retirement Great
Fewer alternatives. Decisions become much simpler.
Through a consequences table.
Draw a second table up toconsequences with simple rankings.
Objectives Monthly salary Flexibility Business skills development Annual vacation days Benefits Job A Job B Alternatives Job C Job D Job E
32 (tie) 4 2 1 1 (tie)
1 4 1 3 (tie) 2 (tie) 3 (tie)
5 1 3 5 5 3 (tie)
4 2 (tie) 5 1 4 1 (tie)
2 5 2 3 (tie) 2 (tie) 5
Discover what objectives can be ignored for all thealternatives. Increases the value of an alternative in terms of one objective. Decreases the value of that alternative in terms of another objective.
Dominance helps to eliminate alternatives.Even Swap Method allows to eliminate objectives.
1. Determine the change necessary to cancel out an objective. 2. Asses what change in another objective would compensate for the needed change. 3.Make the even swap. 4. Cancel out the now irrelevant objective. 5. Select the dominant alternative.
2.- Asses what change in another 4.- Cancel out the objective would compensate for the now...