A systematic assessment of rigor in information systems ranking-type Delphi studies

@article{Par2013ASA,
  title={A systematic assessment of rigor in information systems ranking-type Delphi studies},
  author={Guy Par{\'e} and Ann Frances Cameron and Placide Poba-Nzaou and Mathieu Templier},
  journal={Information & Management},
  year={2013},
  volume={50},
  pages={207-217}
}
The ranking-type Delphi method is well suited as a means for consensus-building by using a series of questionnaires to collect data from a panel of geographically dispersed participants. This method allows a group of experts to systematically approach a particular task or problem. While information systems researchers have been using this method for almost three decades, no research to date has attempted to assess the extent to which Delphi studies have been rigorously conducted. Using the… CONTINUE READING
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