Two of the most popular tools for evaluating and prioritizing ideas are the Delphi Technique and the Nominal Group Technique (NGT). But, do enough research on decision-making strategies and they all start to blur together. Let’s take a closer look at how each technique works, and when they’re best used.
Directorpoint President John Peinhardt has said that “brainstorming is the separation of idea generation and idea evaluation”. There is, perhaps, no better way of maximizing the benefits of brainstorming in the decision making-process than NGT. Nominal group technique (NGT) is a form of structured small-group discussion designed to more effectively and efficiently reach a consensus. Continue reading