Risky multi-criteria group decision making on green capacity investment projects based on supply chain
Green capacity investment projects have rapidly emerged involving suppliers, customers, and manufacturing organizations in supply chain systems with environmental challenges. This paper focuses on and identifies both primary strategic and operational elements that will aid managers in evaluating and making risky multi-criteria decisions on green capacity investment projects. We propose a cloud prospect value consensus process consisting of feedback and adjustment mechanisms that provide modification instructions to the corresponding decision makers for a decision matrix based on the cloud model and prospect theory, which considers psychological behavior, disagreements between decision makers, and the ambiguity of linguistic variable assessment across multi-criteria risks. The new model increases the efficiency and accuracy of decision making. To verify the feasibility and validity of the Cloud Prospect Value Consensus Degree based on the Feedback adjustment mechanism, its performance is compared with three state-of-the-art multi-criteria group decision-making methods.