Delphi technique


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Delphi technique

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a forecasting or decision-making technique that makes use of written questionnaires to eliminate the influence of personal relationships and the domination of committees by strong personalities
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A research methodology, the Delphi technique forecasts future possibilities based on expert knowledge of areas relevant to the study.
The proxies of the model are performed using a Delphi technique combined with a Cross-impact Matrix that integrates and provides for testing the sensitivity to changes in probabilities and deal with some of the disadvantages of Delphi technique as long synthesis phase, according to the study of Helmer (1977).
Understanding the mortgage process is extremely important for the application of the Delphi technique and for promoting consensus among panel members, which may ultimately lead to new scrutiny among evaluation criteria, and to a fairer mortgage risk evaluation system.
Consulting the oracle: ten lessons from using the Delphi technique in nursing research.
The Delphi Technique," meanwhile, is forecast-focused, which can aid predictive analysis.
Furthermore, the Delphi technique assists in identifying what could or should be best future practice (Miller, 2006).
Delphi technique studies used a formal structured group communication process to investigate issues for which there is no accepted answer.
The research initially involved a Delphi technique with a panel of industrial experts and scholars to identify industrial domain skills and define multiskilled employees in the Taiwanese hotel context.
Consensus-based panel evaluation is one method of establishing the face validity of indicators, and two approaches are widely used: the Delphi technique and the Nominal Group (NG) technique.
It will explain the Delphi Technique and show how corrections officials and/or community leaders can use it to help build pragmatic consensus among varying parties.
Aims and tasks of work define an ITS application package of public transport in Lithuania based on theoretical and practical analysis and especially on a personal survey of experts using the Delphi technique to select the most appropriate methods for its implementation.
The Delphi technique was used to identify the words for the REALM-R adapted for the South African context.