The Delphi Method

tekijä: Tanja Tuulikki Välisalo Viimeisin muutos tiistai 09. maaliskuuta 2010, 13.44

 

 

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The Delphi Method is similar to questionnaire research. The Delphi Method aims to forecast unpredictable or unclear future trends and changes of phenomenon.  If you use the Delphi Method, you ask a set of questions to experts of the researched topic. After a certain period of time, you ask the same set of questions to the same experts. You summarise and discuss the experts’ predictions and guesses.

Read more on The Delphi Method from the links below:

Delphi Method. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

Garson, G. David. Delphi Method. Quantitative Research in Public Administration. North Carolina State University.

Turoff, Murray and Linstone, Harold (ed.), 2002. The Delphi Method: Techniques and Applications.

Routio, Pentti, 2007. Delphi Method. Arteology, the science of products and professions. The Aalto University School of Art and Design.