Seidler, Mark; Methling, Florian; von Nitzsch, Rüdiger (2022) “How to Make Strategic Trade-Offs” in: Harvard Business Review.
This paper uses practical examples in a corporate context to illustrate how the objective weighting used in the decision navigator can also be used in a valuable way in strategic management and corporate governance with the help of tradeoffs. View
Hannes, Christian; von Nitzsch, Rüdiger (2022) “A systematic approach to problem formulation in a decision support system” in: Int. J. of Decision Support Systems, Special Issue: Euro 21 Intelligent Decision Support Methods.
In this paper, Rüdiger von Nitzsch and Christian Hannes examined how the systematic support of the Entscheidungsnavi helps to formulate the appropriate decision statement and thus to gain a better understanding of the personal decision.
Methling, Florian; Abdeen, Sara J.M.; von Nitzsch, Rüdiger (2022) “Heuristics in multi-criteria decision-making: The cost of fast and frugal decisions” in: EURO Journal on Decision Processes Vol. 10.
In this paper, the researchers used both simulations and experiments to investigate how the use of heuristics affects the outcome of the decision. Download
Methling, Florian; Borden, Steffen A.; Veeraraghavan, Deepak; Sommer, Insa; Siebert, Johannes; von Nitzsch, Rüdiger; Seidler, Mark (2022) “Supporting Innovation in Early-Stage Pharmaceutical Development Decisions” in: Decision Analysis.
This study proposes a more holistic methodology to support early-stage pharmaceutical development decisions using value-focused thinking and multi-criteria decision-making. Download
von Nitzsch, Rüdiger; Tönsfeuerborn, Mendy & Siebert, Johannes (2020) „Decision Skill Training with the ENTSCHEIDUNGSNAVI“, in: Innovation for Systems Information and Decision: Second International Meeting, INSID 2020, Recife, Brazil, December 2–4, 2020, Proceedings / edited by Adiel Teixeira de Almeida, Danielle Costa Morais, 15-30.
This conference paper focuses on the main features of the Entscheidungsnavi from a more scientific perspective.