Selection methodology

Selection methodology refers to the systematic approach or set of criteria used to choose individuals, projects, or elements from a larger pool for specific purposes. It involves determining the processes and standards by which selections are made, ensuring fairness, transparency, and alignment with goals. In various contexts, such as research, human resources, or participatory processes, the methodology might include random sampling, merit-based criteria, application reviews, or public nominations, each tailored to achieve the desired outcomes and representativeness.