Nominal ranking is a process used to prioritize a long list of items, such as a SWOT analysis. Participants are given a certain number of votes that they can use and they can use these votes for any item on the list, placing numerous votes for a single item if they wish. Often participants are given "sticky dots" to place on flip charts where the list items have been gathered. Once all participants have voted, the total number of votes for each item are tallied and the highest-rating items are identified.


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