Sustainable group decision-making process

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Sustainable group decision-making process
Alexander N. Raikov, Director, Russian Federation

Stability of the group decision-making process may be increased by separating the three parts of the process: logical, chaotic and integrity. The first and the second parts belong to the internal medium. The third part is characterised by entropy of information exchange.

Stability in the group decision-making process is necessary to keep it stable in attaining goals. It is important to notice that a lot of decision making characteristics, such as expected results, trust, wishes, feeling, conflicts, obligations and responsibilities, are not formalized. They have affective, cognitive or qualitative character. We may characterize a decision-making process as an interaction of the three parts. Only one part has a logical representation. The second part has a chaotic nature. The first and the second parts belong to the internal medium. The third part is characterized by entropy of information exchange between internal and external medium. In order to attain stability of the process it is necessary to remove its isolation to make the process open, providing an exchange of internal information with environment information. Lack of exchange information between an external and internal media potentially leads to an excessive entropy accumulation and results in degradation of the expert process. This method accelerates in decision-making within a limited time.

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