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Consensus decision-making is surprisingly effective in both communities and workplaces

By Mel Rutherford, Professor and Department Chair, Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University
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In formal consensus decision-making, no proposal is adopted until every concern is heard, understood and addressed. Here’s how it can work.The Conversation

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