BEST WORST METHOD
This on demand online course presents step-by-step process for application of the Best Worst MCDM Method. The course is organized into two modules:
- Module 1 presents an introduction to the BWM and study design.
- Module 2 demonstrates analysis of data collected from surveys using the BWM .
Ziaul Haque Munim is Associate Professor of Maritime Logistics at the Faculty of Technology, Natural and Maritime Sciences at the University of South-Eastern Norway. His main research interests include maritime logistics, supply chain management, forecasting and research methods. He holds a PhD degree in International Management from the University of Agder and MSc degree in Supply Chain Management from the Vienna University of Economics and Business. He has extensive training in Structural Equation Modeling from the University of Oslo and University of Cambridge. Further, he has a diploma in Global Transport Challenges from the University of Oxford. His publications have appeared in leading journals such as the Journal of Business Research, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Resources, Conservation & Recycling, Journal of Cleaner Production and others. Follow his research on researchgate.
Participants receives course completion certificate from Research HUB upon finishing all lectures and MCQs within 01 to 30 weeks from the enrollment date.
THE COURSE INCLUDES
- 09 on-demand lectures.
- Recommended readings.
- MCQ tests for assessment (+2 retake).
- Lifetime access to course resources and updates.
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Best-Worst Method Study Design
Best-Worst Method Analysis