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Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Model

Access to case study research on multi-criteria decision-making model for the material flow added to PMWL

Posted by: Aizhan Aliakbarova

31 May 2017 – Almaty, Kazakhstan – A new resource has been added to the PM World Library related to decision-making in project management. The new resource is titled “Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Model for the Material Flow of Resonant Wood Production”.

This article shows research on a multi-criteria decision-making model for the selection and evaluation in supply chain and the material flow for manufacturing wooden musical instruments. The study includes advantages and disadvantages of several decision – making methods and concepts such as Multi-attribute utility theory (MAUT), Analytic hierarchy process (AHP), Fuzzy theory, Simple multi-attribute rating technique (SMART), as well as results of analysis using model of Petri nets. This tool describes each particular step within the material flow, and parameters which would be measured and monitored. This enables managers to detect and more easily correct eventual defects during the production.

To access this new resource, go to the Applications and Hot Topics section of the library at, click on scroll down and click on the resource. Must be a registered and logged in member to access.