Cooperation Schemes Analysis

Colleagues Shaking each other’s Hands


An institution engaged in data analysis offers 5 cooperation schemes to be used as a joint activity program with Our Good Company. We as Data Analyst along with the Project Officer was assigned to choose one cooperation scheme from the 5 options offered. There are 7 assessment criteria which is used as a reference for selecting the best cooperation scheme with various weights, namely:

1. Potential impact (20%)

2. Workload: technical (15%)

3. Workload: non-technical (10%)

4. Workload: monitoring (10%)

5. Data requirement (20%)

6. Relevance to stakeholders’ needs (15%)

7. Sustainability (10%)

Our team have made an assessment matrix in the following table:

The assessment is carried out using three categories, namely: small, medium, and big. On the workload and data requirements criteria, a big value is not preferred, while on the other criteria a big value means good/preferred.


Make an analysis of the best cooperation scheme based on 7 criteria by considering the weights that have been determined.


Give positive preference for potential impact, relevance to stakeholders’ needs, and sustainability criteria. We multiply each representation value with positive weight.

Give negative preference for workloads and data requirements criteria. We multiply each representation value with negative weight.

Option E has the largest score with -0.05 score.


Let’s choose option E as our summer joint activity program to maximize the efficiency of our program’s potential impact, relevancy and sustainability with the workload and data requirement needed.


We create this slide deck to present our finding …



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