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A NEW TOOL FOR GROUP DECISION MAKING
When it comes to group decision-making, some methods can have dramatic side eﬀects:
– people in the group start ﬁghting to be heard
– conﬂicts create more resistance between the supporters and objectors
– the decision making process lasts so long that the group runs out of steam
– the group separates into winners and losers once the decision has been made
– a veto can complete block a decision being made.
A new way for groups to make decisions avoids these pitfalls and is especially helpful in situations of conﬂict. As the name “Systemic Consensing“ implies, this process has a systemic eﬀect in terms of behaviour modiﬁcation: from ﬁghting against each other to jointly working for the best solution. The name also points towards the objective of ﬁnding a solution that comes as close as possible to consensus but without the pressure to reach complete consensus. Therefore the decision-making process cannot be blocked by a veto.
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