Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is widely used to evaluate and improve the relative efficiency of decision making units (DMUs), which have multiple inputs and outputs. However, traditional DEA models can only handle a single perspective. In this study, we propose a new approach for efficiency improvement under multiple perspectives based on the least-distance DEA. The Nash bargaining game (NBG) theory has been used in extant studies to avoid conflicts and obtain a rational direction of efficiency improvement under multiple perspectives. Because of the practicality of the closest efficient target, we first propose a least-distance DEA model incorporating NBG. A numerical experiment is conducted to compare the performance of our proposed approach with that of previous studies. The results reveal that our proposed approach can (1) evaluate the efficiency of DMUs under multiple perspectives, and (2) provide more easy-to-achieve efficiency improvement suggestions for the assessed DMUs. Thus, the proposed approach has remarkable potential applicability in decision making.