Right Decision Maker can help with decisions like this! Right Decision Maker is a decision support tool. It will help you put together a decision grid, and let you rate your options against each other.
Which Car? Which Laptop? Once the options have been rated, you can view the results in a report, and email the report using any mail client on your phone.
1. On the info tab, give your decision a name and a description.
2. On the choices tab, add the things you are deciding between.
3. Done rating? Head back to the main page, and go to MY DECISIONS. The report button will give you a summary of your decision, which you can then forward in an email.
Do you have some arguments about making a decision? Do you think it's hard to make a decision sometimes? If you have these kinds of problems, this Right Decision Maker can help you! It's also easy to use and only one motion that making your decision!!! Don't wait! It's Free!!! Enjoy it!!!!!
Making decisions can be confusing and difficult at times. We built this app to assist in making decisions in a structured and fun manner. With Right Decision Maker, you make a decision on your own. A decision is validated from your perspective by judging how each option measures up to the different criteria.
If you come across any bugs or real doozies, please don't hesitate to send an error report or contact me and let me know. I'll fix it pronto. I'm also open to ideas and suggestions for improving the app and adding additional functionality, so please let me know if you can think of a way to make it better.
IF YOU HAVE ACTIVATED SETTING BUTTON, PLEASE DEACTIVATE IN DEVICE ADMINISTRATOR IN LOCATION SECURITY OF SETTINGS BEFORE UNINSTALL THIS APP.
You may be interested in decision maker from wiki.
Decision-making is regarded as a problem-solving activity terminated by a solution deemed to be satisfactory. It can be, therefore, a reasoning or emotional process which can be rational or irrational and can be based on explicit assumptions or tacit assumptions. Rational choice theory can encompass the notion that people try to maximize benefits while minimizing costs.