What is a Group Decision Room
The Group Decision Room is an inspirational environment where sensitive subjects and important topics can be discussed without dominance and hierarchy. The wisdom of the crowd will provide insights, and decisions will be made. We accomplish this by implementing the GDSS in our Group Decision Room. The Spilter GDSS (Group Decision Support System) has been developed in-house and is one of the leading systems worldwide. The Group Decision Room is also known by the acronym GDR.
The Group Decision Room is comprised of three key parts: the process facilitator, the software and the participants. An experienced consultant knows like no other how to leverage the software in the most effective manner. If desired, we can also assist with asking the appropriate questions and selecting relevant forms of questions and analysis. This provides the capability to expose differences of opinion right away so that participants can discuss the issues that truly matter and so that you can obtain maximum benefits from the knowledge of all participants.
Digital and analogue activities complement each other in a Group Decision Room. The software visualises differences of opinion in real-time so that participants can focus on the content that truly matters. The input collected can be presented easily to gauge the group’s opinions. The results are available in a report at the end of the session, so that less time is necessary for processing the details.