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Monash University Faculty of Information Technology FIT2011 Decision Support Systems Fundamentals Tutorial Week 2 – Group Decision Making Purpose Nominal Group Technique (NGT) is a useful technique for making decisions in groups. This tutorial will walk you through the technique, getting you to think about issues related to supporting group decisions. Task Description With your tutor acting as facilitator use the nominal group technique (described below) to investigate the topic " What are the major issues around developing systems to support management decision making? " Nominal Group Technique (NGT) 1. Participants write down what they feel are the top five* issues relating to the question being considered. These are not necessarily listed in priority sequence. 2. Participants are asked their issues which are listed on a flipchart or whiteboard. Each issue should be specified in one sentence. Participants are polled for issues, one person at a time, in round robin fashion. This continues until all issues are
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This note was uploaded on 06/22/2011 for the course FIT 2011 taught by Professor Rob during the Three '11 term at Monash.

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