Project Management Decision Making Using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP)

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12 Lessons (1h 38m)
    • 1. Introduction to the Course

      4:42
    • 2. Inroduction to AHP

      4:04
    • 3. Steps Involved in AHP

      8:59
    • 4. Setting up Decision hierarchy

      3:45
    • 5. Pairwise Comparison and Comparison Matrix

      12:55
    • 6. Priority Vector

      6:02
    • 7. Degree of Consistency- Consistency Ratio and Consistency Index

      9:49
    • 8. AHP Example 1 - Part 1

      16:19
    • 9. AHP Example 1 - Part 2

      12:27
    • 10. AHP Example 2

      11:05
    • 11. Limitations and Benefits of AHP

      7:31
    • 12. Congratulations

      0:21

About This Class

Description

What is the role of AHP in Decision Making ,Project Management and Quality Management?

Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is one of Multi Criteria decision making and Problem Solving method that was originally developed by Prof. Thomas L. Saaty. In short, it is a method to derive ratio scales from paired comparisons.

Taking up this course will enable you to 

  • Build Ability to align decisions with Organizational Objectives.

  • Select one alternative from a given set of alternatives, usually where there are multiple decision criteria involved.

  • Build ability to implement a structured and repeatable decision making approach by utilizing organizational Expertise.

  • Checking the consistency of your judgements. 

  • Apply AHP in building concensus, prioritizing customer needs and choosing the best alternatives.

Who this course is for:

  • Learners involved in decision making and Risk Analysis.
  • Process Excellence Professionals
  • Anyone interested in learning Structured Decision Making Using Step by Step Approach

Requirements

  • Quality Driven Mindset
  • Basic Knowledge of Ms Excel
  • A PC with MS Excel 2010 or Higher Version Installed
  • Lots of Enthusiasm

What you'll learn

  • Understand AHP and its Interface with Various Decision Making Interfaces
  • Modelling a Problem as Heirarchy with Goals and Alternatives.
  • Establishing Priorities in Complex Situations.
  • Checking the consistency of the Judgement.
  • Arrive at a final Solution and Best Alternative using AHP