Changes between Version 32 and Version 33 of BluePrintDecisionMaking


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09/23/09 16:34:58 (15 years ago)
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Connie White
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    7575given an Internet connection and web browser.[[BR]]
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    77 This feature helps professionals dedicate thoughts and ideas to the
    78 discourse as they arise after having time to think about a problem.
    79 This means they can choose a time to participate that is convenient
    80 for them. However, when some issues call for face-to-face
    81 meetings, the Dynamic Delphi approach can be used in preparation
    82 for, during, and/or after the group meeting as the meeting agenda
     77    * This feature helps professionals dedicate thoughts and ideas to the discourse as they arise after having time to think about a problem. This means they can choose a time to participate that is convenient for them. However, when some issues call for face-to-face
     78meetings, the Dynamic Delphi approach can be used in preparation for, during, and/or after the group meeting as the meeting agenda
    8379or summary instrument.[[BR]]
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    8985reason.[[BR]]
    9086
    91 The merits of the situation can change, or new information can
    92 sway opinions. Either way, the vote mimics the real-time opinion of
    93 the expert and, hence, the group.[[BR]]
     87    * The merits of the situation can change, or new information can sway opinions. Either way, the vote mimics the real-time opinion of the expert and, hence, the group.[[BR]]
    9488
    9589* Not all members of the group have to interact in order for a decision
    9690process to continue.[[BR]]
    9791
    98 There may be cases where some of the participants cannot be
    99 present, or they may feel they do not have the expertise to engage
    100 in a specific option.[[BR]]
     92    * There may be cases where some of the participants cannot be present, or they may feel they do not have the expertise to engage in a specific option.[[BR]]
    10193
    10294* Uncertainty as to the status of the current vote (How final are the votes?)
     
    10799distance represents the degree of preference between options.[[BR]]
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    109 This method has been modified to handle incomplete data with
    110 respect to participation in voting.
     101This method has been modified to handle incomplete data with respect to participation in voting.
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    112103As an example for this Transport Canada project, a mission to examine options