Consensus Decision-Making a Special Case

By Tom Davidson

Of the decision making alternatives, Consensus Decision‐Making is by far the most difficult to accomplish (and often misunderstood). It is also the one the holds the most promise for many teams. Before electing this alternatives, teams and team leaders should weigh the cost of time and difficulty against the potential benefits of a high quality outcome that is most likely to be implemented. If this is still the favored alternative, then follow these guidelines:

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