TransparentChoice Videos and Tutorials

Learn how to work with TransparentChoice Decision-Making Software



Documentation

Key concepts

This tutorial gives an introduction to some key concepts that you will use in TransparentChoice. It also includes links to other tutorials showing you how to use specific parts of the software.

Projects

Learn how to work create and edit decision projects in TransparentChoice collaborative decision making software.

Alternatives

This tutorial shows how to to set up and use alternatives in TransparentChoice. Alternatives are the "options from which you choose" and your decision can only be as good as your best alternative.

Attributes

Attributes let you attach data to each of your alternatives. You can then use this data to directly drive your decision model.

Criteria

This tutorial will show you how to set up and work with criteria in TransparentChoice. Criteria are important in making a good decision. They represent your goals and drivers, the filters and factors within your decision. Having a tool capable of supporting multiple levels and types of criteria is key to good decision making.

Scales

Scales provide an objective measure for your alternatives against the goals and criteria that matter to you.

Pairwise comparisons

Eliminating bias and structuring your decision well can improve the chances of making a "good" decision by 60%. Analytic hierarchy process, AHP, is a really great tool to do this and pairwise comparisons are at the heart of this approach.

Surveys

This tutorial shows how to set up and run surveys in TransparentChoice. Surveys are the mechanism to collect the stakeholders' input.

Building consensus

Analytic hierarchy process, AHP, is a powerful methodology for building understanding and consensus amongst decision makers and stakeholders making it an ideal tool to support your next decision. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the tools in AHP to build consensus using TransparentChoice collaborative decision making software.

Results

This tutorial shows you how to use the analysis and results section of TransparentChoice. You will see how to identify the most attractive options, how to assess value-for-money and how to evaluate the robustness of your decision.

Examples

Real-time voting

Learn how to use TransparentChoice in the online meeting mode.

Project prioritization

Learn how to use TransparentChoice to prioritize and select projects.

Hiring

Learn how to use TransparentChoice to evaluate and select candidates.

How to prioritize decision-making criteria

Learn how to use TransparentChoice to prioritize your decision-making criteria.

Procurement

Learn how to use TransparentChoice to evaluate and select vendors.

Technology selection

Learn how to use TransparentChoice to evaluate and select technologies.