Make important decisions efficiently, transparently and fairly.

As well as ranking or choosing alternatives according to multiple criteria or objectives, 1000minds Decision Making can help you with:

  • Prioritization – prioritize alternatives and people in a consistent way that’s easily communicated.
  • Value for money – compare alternatives’ value for money (e.g. projects, investments) and allocate resources.
  • Group decision-making – include as many participants as you like, potentially 1000s.

1000minds is useful in all sectors, including health, government, business and nonprofit – see our case studies and publications. We can also build or help you build customised decision-support solutions.

1000minds implements our patented PAPRIKA method, which, as well as being scientifically valid, is very user-friendly (see our awards). 1000minds is fast and scaleable – e.g. depending on your application, potentially 1000s of people can participate.

In addition to our valued business and government clients, we’re honoured that 1000minds is used for research and teaching at more than 180 universities worldwide – confirming our scientific validity and user-friendliness.

Multi-Criteria Decision-Making (MCDM)

1000minds is based on MCDM, which involves these four key components (for an example, see how it works):

  • Alternatives (or individuals) to be prioritized or ranked
  • Criteria by which the alternatives are evaluated and compared
  • Weights representing the relative importance of the criteria
  • Decision-makers and other stakeholders, whose preferences are to be represented

Most decision-making applications involve the process represented below (at least implicitly). 1000minds is especially useful at the “Model building” and “Challenging thinking” stages.

Process of MCDA - Figure 1.1 - Belton and Stewart, 2002

(Reproduced from Belton & Stewart, 2002, Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis: An Integrated Approach.)

How 1000minds works

Learn more from this simple guide.

1000minds Decision Making

Adaptable templates

Or build your own decision models from scratch.

Demo decision models

See also

MeenyMo – ‘everyday’ decision-making software