Group decision-making is a process in which multiple people participate and make decisions. It is an excellent way to collect wisdom for scientific decision-making. In recent years, international scholars have made outstanding achievements on this topic, but there is still a gap between theory and reality. In addition, it remains a research area for the application of group decision models. This article focuses on applying the group decision model to recruiting new members of the university student union. Taking 2021 recruiting of the Academic Division of the School of Business Administration of Zhongnan University of Economics and Law as an example, it constructs an empirical model and gives an overview of the research. At the same time, the attributes and decision-makers are double-weighted. By using the improved TOPSIS ranking method, a comprehensive ranking is obtained. This is a more scientific method than subjective judgment and challenging decisions. This article used structured interviews and scoring methods to obtain raw data and then constructed models and sorted these data using the TOPSIS method. The article is divided into four sections: the first section discusses the design of interview questionnaires and interview schedules; the second section introduces the fundamental theories of group decision-making, the standardization of interval numbers, the selection model, and the TOPSIS method; and the third section conducts empirical research. The fourth section provides an analysis of the results and recommendations.
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Study on the Selection of New Members of the University Students' Union from the Perspective of Group Decision-Making
How to cite this paper: Anqi Zhang. (2022) Study on the Selection of New Members of the University Students' Union from the Perspective of Group Decision-Making. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science, 6(4), 802-808.