The Decision Matrix is a technique making use of alternatives, criteria and possible criteria weights. Criteria weights can be determined by intuition and paired comparison. You can also execute this matrix without weighted criteria. If you are using weights, you can decide to distribute a limited number of points over the criteria or compare criteria pairwise.

Voting is a group technique were team-members can cast one or a limited number of votes on certain alternatives or ideas. A popular (online) form of visualizing voting is using polls.

The decision tree is related to the cost-benefit table, but incorporates a different way of visualizing possible outcomes of a certain option, decision or alternative and the probabilities of these outcomes. The figure just above gives an example of two different options, with each a different probability for a certain payout.