Selection / Prioritising Processes

Selection or Prioritising ideas or items enable the group to apply criteria for determining which item best meets that criteria. An example is Plus, Minus, Interesting (PMI).
 

Title Type
The Project Tree Method
Stepladder technique Method
Nominal Group Technique Method
Movie Posters Method
Human Spectragram Method
Donut Prioritization Method
Solution Room Method
Anticipation Guide Method
gap analysis Method
classic Method
Priority setting Method
Change Management Method
facilitation Method
Critical Path Method Method
Appreciative Inquiry 4: Destiny Phase Method
Advanced Dotmocracy Method
Flowchart Method
System Modeling Method
Histogram Method
Pareto Chart Method
Appreciative Inquiry 3: Design Phase Method
Appreciative Inquiry 2: Dream Phase Method
generate ideas, ranking, rating, sorting Method
Gannt Chart Method
Levelling of expectations Method
Ten Words Method
workshop Method
DO IT Method
Level of Influence Method
Exaggerate to hell (highlight negative) Method
Advantages, limitations and unique qualities Method
Delphi Method Method
Listing Pros and Cons Method
Materials Auction (Construction actvity variant) Method
Group Think Play Method
Crawford Slip Method Method
Concept Screening Method
Reaching concensuc arond several alternatives Method
multi-voting Method
LEGO? SERIOUS PLAY? Method
Simultaneous Committees Method
Ballooning Method
Decisions Hierarchy: Givens OD1 Method
Facilitating Virtual Teams Method
Dynamic Facilitation Method
Psyched for Life Method
TRIZ Method
Portfolio Development Method
Paired Comparisons Method
Evaluation by Values Method
Plus, Minus, Interesting Method
3x3 Value Matrix Method
Discerning Priorities with Colours Method
Donut Priortization Method
Appreciative Inquiry 1: Discovery Phase Method
2x2 Value Matrix Method
Six Thinking Hats Method
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