Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of BluePrintDecisionMaking


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Timestamp:
09/23/09 15:47:36 (15 years ago)
Author:
Connie White
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    6060votes are expected in the future and how that could affect the results.
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    62 This Delphi process is dynamic because of the following reasons:
    63 An expert can participate in any phase of the decision-making process
     62This Delphi process is dynamic because of the following reasons:[[BR]]
     63
     64*An expert can participate in any phase of the decision-making process
    6465at any time, that is, 1) problem identification, 2) information gathering, 3)
    65 solution generation, 4) evaluation.
    66 
    67 
    68 􀂃 This feature allows individuals to have discussions in forums where
     66solution generation, 4) evaluation.[[BR]]
     67
     68This feature allows individuals to have discussions in forums where
    6969they can present information and debate issues as replies to
    7070specific options. Because the dialogue is text-based, others can
    71 read and benefit from the content.
    72 An expert can participate online at any time during the day or night,
    73 given an Internet connection and web browser.
    74 􀂃 This feature helps professionals dedicate thoughts and ideas to the
     71read and benefit from the content.[[BR]]
     72
     73* An expert can participate online at any time during the day or night,
     74given an Internet connection and web browser.[[BR]]
     75
     76�This feature helps professionals dedicate thoughts and ideas to the
    7577discourse as they arise after having time to think about a problem.
    7678This means they can choose a time to participate that is convenient
     
    7880meetings, the Dynamic Delphi approach can be used in preparation
    7981for, during, and/or after the group meeting as the meeting agenda
    80 or summary instrument.
    81 There is real-time feedback of both the professionals’ individual opinions
    82 and of the group’s opinion
    83 Experts can vote, change their votes or withhold their votes for some
    84 reason.
    85 􀂃 The merits of the situation can change, or new information can
     82or summary instrument.[[BR]]
     83
     84* There is real-time feedback of both the professionals’ individual opinions
     85and of the group’s opinion.[[BR]]
     86
     87* Experts can vote, change their votes or withhold their votes for some
     88reason.[[BR]]
     89
     90�The merits of the situation can change, or new information can
    8691sway opinions. Either way, the vote mimics the real-time opinion of
    87 the expert and, hence, the group.
    88 Not all members of the group have to interact in order for a decision
    89 process to continue.
    90 􀂃 There may be cases where some of the participants cannot be
     92the expert and, hence, the group.[[BR]]
     93
     94* Not all members of the group have to interact in order for a decision
     95process to continue.[[BR]]
     96
     97�There may be cases where some of the participants cannot be
    9198present, or they may feel they do not have the expertise to engage
    92 in a specific option.
    93 Uncertainty as to the status of the current vote (How final are the votes?)
    94 is calculated, and produced as feedback to the participants.
    95 The system requests individual comparisons of options for preferences,
     99in a specific option.[[BR]]
     100
     101* Uncertainty as to the status of the current vote (How final are the votes?)
     102is calculated, and produced as feedback to the participants.[[BR]]
     103
     104* The system requests individual comparisons of options for preferences,
    96105and converts this rank-order information to an interval scale where
    97 distance represents the degree of preference between options.
    98 􀂃 This method has been modified to handle incomplete data with
     106distance represents the degree of preference between options.[[BR]]
     107
     108�This method has been modified to handle incomplete data with
    99109respect to participation in voting.
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