Prioritise alternatives and people in a consistent way that’s easily communicated.
Prioritisation involves confronting difficult choices, often with serious implications for the people affected, such as:
- Prioritising patients for access to elective (non-urgent) health care
- Targetting social assistance (e.g. housing, health care, income support) for people in need
- Ranking research grant applications
- Selecting students for scholarships or restricted courses (e.g. medical school). Case study »
Criteria and weights
Prioritisation decision-making involves agreeing on the relevant criteria for the decision at hand and weighting them relative to each other.
For one-off or repeated decisions, 1000Minds ensures the right alternatives are chosen in the right order. Where appropriate, alternatives’ value for money can also be taken into account.
Multiple stakeholders and many applications
Customisable processes for group decision-making are also available, involving as many participants as you like – 10s, 100s or 1000s of people, depending on what you want to do.