Posted: January 31st, 2017
Complete the first round of a three-round Delphi decision-making exercise.
For the sake of simplicity, choose a future outcome that can be expressed as a single-number probability, or likelihood. Examples include
The topic should be something that both you and your exercise participants care about, and also know something about (although you need not be experts).
You will be the coordinator. Select three other persons as participants. Their cooperation will be important, so be sure to choose people you can count on. These can be either family members, close friends, or other students (although not students enrolled in this course. They’ll be busy coordinating their own Delphi exercises.)
As closely as possible, the SLP should follow the detailed example, which is cited in the Home Page discussion. You may copy and / or adapt verbiage from the example without citing it. (This special dispensation is intended to help move things along.)
The SLP writeup should include
Place an order in 3 easy steps. Takes less than 5 mins.