March 18, 2011

What is the best tool?

Argument was going on toward the end of class between who made the best decision... along with which tool was the best tool in creating these results.  Many people claim that some tools are better than other, some even argue that decision making tree does not hold any bias!! which to me is completely untrue in all of the statement above.  From personal experience in working with the tool, i believe that there are two main criteria in which determine what is the best tool.  The two main criteria are the scenario or problem were facing, along with the expertise and the style of the team or person who is approaching this problem.  SOme may be better with quantitative, some maybe better in qualitative... these things very much varies.

Overall, i believe that there are definitely not one best tool, or else there is no point creating other tools but just follow the best one all the TIME!!!

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