March 19, 2011


It is a tool that considers positives and negatives of taking a specific decision and also the outcomes that might occur because of the decision. It helps to chose between the alternatives by making 2 seperate tables stating the plus and minus points of chosing a specific alternative and also the outcome and give them numbers i.e positive numbers for the plus points and negative numbers for the minus points and both for the outcomes. At the end all the scores are added. After that the same procedure is repeated for the other alternatives and then compare them with each other, chose the one with more score. 

It is a very important and effective technique since it also states the negatives of taking the decision does not only consider the good points. So, we can use this for effective decision making and can bring good results if all the plus and minus points are considered and also all the important implications are considered.      

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