Since its introduction in the early 1950s, the Delphi technique has experienced ever-increasing utilization, variants, praise, and criticism. The purpose of this article is to propose an evolutionary variant called Imen-Delphi for futures research. This article suggests that an Imen-Delphi procedure may be appropriate as a research technique to improve the efficiency of a group of panelists to invent change. This article describes the Imen-Delphi's design and procedure, alongside details of a real world example of its use in engaging a group of participants to redefine a relevant future-mission for their educational institute.

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