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Part III: Working Together > Consensus Decision-Making

Chapter 19. Consensus Decision-Making

The reason you’ll invest lots of time and effort in conducting meetings, collecting data, interviewing stakeholders, presenting your findings, and giving constructive feedback is to eventually make sound consensus decisions.[*]

[*] For in-depth coverage of this topic, read Achieving Consensus by Eileen Flanigan and Jon Scott, Crisp Publications.

Team Consensus:

A decision or position that reflects the collective thinking of a team and that all team members participate in developing and actively supporting.



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