RAND Corporation developed the Delphi method in the 1950s, originally to forecast the impact of technology on warfare. The method entails a group of experts who anonymously reply to questionnaires and subsequently receive feedback in the form of a statistical representation of the "group response," after which the process repeats itself. It allows experts involved in a discussion to converge on agreement about a project. The goal is to reduce the range of responses and arrive at something closer to expert consensus. The Delphi Method has been globally adopted and is being used in nearly all industries.
A Delphi survey is a surveying process through which the opinions of participants are sought to build consensus, usually anonymously. Participants in a Delphi survey do not interact directly; rather the collated group responses are fed back to participants either in real-time or after the completion of each round of questionnaires. In this way, equal weight is given to all those who participate and the risk of an individual or group of individuals being overly influential or dominant in the process is reduced.Request Demo
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