Impartial Decision Making

Impartial Decision Making

A third advantage to using decision-making models is to make decisions impartial. Decision making becomes largely objective and impartial, removing biases. Thus, unintended discrimination based on subjective or unwanted factors (for example – race, ethnicity, age, gender, etc.) can be reduced to insignificance if not altogether eliminated. 

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