The K-J Technique: A Group Process for Establishing Priorities (11 May 2004)
One of the most amazing things about the K-J Method is how well it objectively gets groups to the top priorities. Different groups can analyze the same data and will often come to the same results.
A few years back, we conducted an experiment where we had 15 teams use the method simultaneously. Each team consisted of ten usability specialists, each from different organizations. Their goal was to take their own individual experiences and prioritize an action plan as a team. We focused the exercise around the question, "What are the biggest obstacles to producing quality products that you face in your job?"
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