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JCR. 2013 Release (Thomson Reuters)
Freq.MonthlyISSN0039-7660
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Title AN APPLICATION OF A HYBRID MCDM MODEL FOR PERSONNEL EVALUATION ON THE BASIS OF INFORMATION CULTURE CRITERIA
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Author(s)Rasim M. Alguliyev, Ramiz M. Aliguliyev, Rasmiyya S. Mahmudova
AbstractWe are living in an era which information is the main resource for organizational effectiveness and key to the ability of the organization to respond to change and to achieve the competitive advantage. In this highly competitive era, information personnel evaluation plays a crucial role in the future development of the organization. Personnel evaluation has been widely studied by a large number of research institutions, and is an important aspect of human resources management. MCDM has been identified as an essential technique in the personnel evaluation process. The goal of MCDM is to select an appropriate option from a set of feasible alternatives with respect to the features of all predefined attributes. For personnel evaluation we proposed a hybrid fuzzy MCDM model. Fuzzy worst-case and entropy methods are used to get weights of criteria, while fuzzy TOPSIS is utilized to rank the alternatives. The weights obtained from fuzzy worst-case and entropy methods are included in fuzzy TOPSIS computations and the alternatives are evaluated. In this study, an evaluation of each alternative is performed from five aspects: information gathering and perception skill; 2) information memorization skill; 3) information handling skill; 4) information protection and security skill; 5) information presentation skill. Finally, a numerical example is presented to demonstrate the validity and applicability of the proposed method.
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