The Effectiveness of Nominal, Delphi, and Interacting Group Decision Making Processes.

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Abstract

The conventional interacting group is compared with nominal and delphi groups in terms of the quantity of ideas generated and perceived satisfaction of participants. On an applied fact-finding problem with no known solu- tion, the nominal and delphi groups are equally effective and both clearly

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  • A. H. Van de

  • A. L. Delbecq

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