A team can generate larger amounts of information with which it will make a decision using the following ways:
- nominal group technique
In the nominal group technique, all the group members are all physically present, as in a traditional committee meeting, but they operate independently. Each member expresses his idea on paper, and then a facilitator helps the team to arrive on one idea.
Brainstorming entails arriving at a conclusion for a specific problem by getting ideas spontaneously from the group members.
In this method, a group is divided into two or more teams. Thereafter, each team brainstorms on the same topic.
Question 2: Why each method will ordinarily increase the amount of information available to the team
Firstly, nominal group technique increases information available to the team