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Hierarchical Decision Model, Latin America

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Engineering and Technology Management

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Tugrul U Daim

Student Level

Doctoral

Abstract

The hierarchical Decision Model (HDM) was introduced by Dr. Dundar Kocauglu and Dr. Thomas Saaty (Iskin & Daim, 2016). HDM is widely used as a multi decision-making methodology since it helps to break down complex problems into smaller subproblems and provides decision-makers a systematic way to evaluate multiple decision alternatives” (Daim, 2016). The Engineering in Technology Department (ETM) at Portland State University is one of the HDM School of Thought. HDM has been used within private organizations, universities, and local and federal governments. Despite its value as a multi decision-making tool, HDM has not been used or explored in all regions around the world. A literature review revealed that in the current academic papers, HDM has few publications related to the Latin American context. However, there are some authors and co-authors from Latin American organizations or universities. Nevertheless, these academic papers do not mention Latin America in the study cases. Lastly, this presentation aims to address this gap and intends to create interest in Latin American researchers for future studies.

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Hierarchical Decision Model in Latin America: an unexplored approach

The hierarchical Decision Model (HDM) was introduced by Dr. Dundar Kocauglu and Dr. Thomas Saaty (Iskin & Daim, 2016). HDM is widely used as a multi decision-making methodology since it helps to break down complex problems into smaller subproblems and provides decision-makers a systematic way to evaluate multiple decision alternatives” (Daim, 2016). The Engineering in Technology Department (ETM) at Portland State University is one of the HDM School of Thought. HDM has been used within private organizations, universities, and local and federal governments. Despite its value as a multi decision-making tool, HDM has not been used or explored in all regions around the world. A literature review revealed that in the current academic papers, HDM has few publications related to the Latin American context. However, there are some authors and co-authors from Latin American organizations or universities. Nevertheless, these academic papers do not mention Latin America in the study cases. Lastly, this presentation aims to address this gap and intends to create interest in Latin American researchers for future studies.

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