October 19th, 2016
This week, we revisit my article on using the KJ Method to help groups establish priorities.
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
In design, our resources are limited. Priorities become a necessity. We need to ensure we are working on the most important parts of the problem. How do we assess what is most important?
For this, we’ve turned to a group consensus technique we’ve been using for years, called a KJ-Method (also sometimes referred to as an “affinity diagram”). The KJ-Method, named for its inventor, Jiro Kawakita (the Japanese put their last names first), allows groups to quickly reach a consensus on priorities of subjective, qualitative data.
Read the article: The KJ-Technique: A Group Process for Establishing Priorities
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