September 28 & 29, 2020 | Virtual
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Yes it seems to be removed. I would have thought it's one of the suggested techniques used in some decision making circles to gain consensus.
I covered this in a recent webinar I did comparing the 5th and 6th editions.
A few useful tools & techniques have been eliminated including:
- Critical Chain Method
- Pareto charts (along with a number of other quality tools)
I would agree that they should have left it in as it's a well recognized approach to eliminating bias in the decision-making process.
Interesting. I wonder why that decision was made.
Thanks for sharing. I was not aware about those other tools & techniques being left out.
I also think that those tools should have been left in.
I also wonder why the decision was made to let them out.
At first I thought that it could be an issue of intelectual property about Delphi, but that doesn't seem to be the case.
It would be interesting to get a hold of someone who was involved in the decision-making process and ask him/her.
That's an interesting news for me.
Thanks Kiron and Mauricio for the update
Thanks for the question Mauricio, I didn’t realized they removed Delphi.
As a follow-up, if you have 45 minutes to kill and want my detailed editorial on the differences between the two editions, you can check out the YouTube video recording of the webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4wDvBaq02s
Good to know! Thanks for the additional information Kiron!
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