Web 2.0 Participation has become a key strategy to take the right decisions in complex and multi-professional environments, and digital consensus tools allow the integration of costumers, users or employee’s points of view and interests.
The work of professor Monguet begun in 2006, and since then it has evolved trying tro contribute to the field of Real Time Delphi (RTD). Research is focused in the application of RTD in many fields and in combination with all kind of technologies. VAD (Virtaully Applied Delphi), was a former version of the model, that later became “Consensus”, defined as a system for the creation of tools and strategies to promote the collaborative creation of knowledge.
V.0. of Vector Consensus was born when Aguilá and Monguet were looking for a way to help companies to improve their Business Model. Under the direction of professor Monguet, Alfredo Gutierrez, in his doctorate practice, worked in the development of a web based model. Later on, the software tool has been improved gradually by the engineer Alex Trejo. Although this is not the first software version, it has opened the door to the discovery of a new kind of tools in RTD (Real Time Delphi).
A significant experimentation of the model was passible thanks to the research on Drivers of the Future Internet inside i2Cat, in a team formed JM Monguet, Miquel Ramirez and Alfredo Gutierrez.