Fuzzy Preference Based Organizational Performance Measurement
This paper introduces a methodology for constructing a multidimesional indicator designed for organizational performance measurement. The methodology involves the application of fuzzy models and methods of their analysis. Its use requires the construction of fuzzy preference relations by means of the comparison of performance measures with respect to a reference standard defined as a predetermined scale consisting of linguistic terms. The exploitation of the fuzzy preference relations is carried out by means of the Orlovsky choice procedure. An application example related to the organizational performance evaluation with the use of the proposed methodology is considered, in order to demonstrate its applicability.
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