THE POTENTIAL OF SOFTWARE SUPPORT IN RAISING THE QUALITY OF STRATEGIC DECISION-MAKING IN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION


Neda Nikolic, Zoran Nesic, Miodrag Zecevic, Aleksandar Dragasevic

Abstract: Making strategic decisions in the environmental sector is a complex process because circumstances require rapid results in the conditions of inherited decades of problems. The entry of the Republic of Serbia into the EU implies redefining environmental decisions and priorities, which in expert, theoretical and practical terms brings with it a number of challenges. The potential of software support for strategic decision-making in a highly turbulent environment, in a Covid 19 pandemic, could contribute to shortening the time dimension of decision-making, a clearer perception of the relationship of individual environmental factors to the environment, and thus a different approach to solving this problem. The paper presents the development of a software support model for quantitative analysis of the environment presented through the SWOT matrix and its importance in the strategic determination of the use of software decision-making potential in environmental protection, specifically in the importance of its application in construction waste management.

Keywords: Quality; Environment; Software support; SWOT matrix

DOI: 10.24874/IJQR16.02-19

Recieved: 10.06.2021  Accepted: 15.10.2021  UDC: 005.336.3:005.53

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