Media: UIE explains the KJ-Method for reaching Consensus (21 May 2004)
Spool is amazed how each of these teams came to basically the same top priorities, even though they each started with individual data. Having repeated this experiment three times, with very similar results, he concludes that the KJ-Method does work to get an objective group consensus out of a collection of subjective, opinionated data.
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