Early integration of sustainability considerations into decision making is seen as a key enabler for companies to understand the potential implications of their decisions on the triple bottom line aspects. Lack of the tools to support decisions when trade-off between sustainability aspects occur, however, may lead to uninformed decision-making and undesired outcomes. By consolidating the learnings from empirical work together with literature recommendations, we propose key criteria to be considered when developing decision support tools to manage sustainability-related trade-off situations.
|Title of host publication
|Proceedings of the Design Society: DESIGN Conference
|Cambridge University Press
|Published - 2020
|16th International Design Conference - Online, Zagreb, Croatia
Duration: 26 Oct 2020 → 29 Oct 2020
Conference number: 16
|16th International Design Conference
|26/10/2020 → 29/10/2020
|The DESIGN Conference
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- Decision making
- Design support system