Compatibility Matrix

Compatibility matrix is one of the evaluation and decision-making instruments and is used to represent the relationship between individual goals or measures. Compatibility exists when goals or measures are identical, neutral or complementary to one another. The compatibility analysis shows the independence or independence through classificatory (nominal) or ordinal (comparative) measurement of the identical matrix dimensions.
Depending on the evaluation criteria or objects. For example, the figure shows the structure of a matrix of target relationships.
The compatibility matrix also enables statements to be made about the extent to which measures or resource planning are superfluous, since goals or measures are complementary to one another or replace one another. However, no measurable evaluation numbers (criteria values) can be derived from the compatibility matrix, so that this instrument is used especially in the context of the goal setting and goal setting phase.

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