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TYPES OF DECISION MAKING . Person-In-Charge Announces Their Decision . Person-In-Charge Asks For Input, Then Makes the Decision . Group Makes The Decision. Modified from Kaner, S. et al. 2007. Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision-Making . DYNAMICS OF GROUP DECISION-MAKING .

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TYPES OF DECISION MAKING

Person-In-Charge Announces Their Decision

Person-In-Charge Asks For Input, Then Makes the Decision

Group Makes The Decision

Modified from Kaner, S. et al. 2007. Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision-Making


Dynamics of group decision making
DYNAMICS OF GROUP DECISION-MAKING

GROAN ZONE

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Convergent Thinking

Divergent Thinking

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decision made!

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Modified from Kaner, S. et al. 2007. Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision-Making


Consensus based decision making

options

POLL

for level of agreement

Consensus-Based Decision Making

options

when most are okay with options

VOTE based on your decision rule


Your two decision rules

  • 1. For Procedural Votes

  • Charter (group norms, work plan, decision rules)

  • Criteria for listing and prioritizing

  • All other votes

  • 2. For Formal Recommendation Votes

  • Listing recommended management actions

  • Prioritizing recommended management actions

YOUR TWO Decision RuleS


Decision rule examples

Decision Rule examples

51% of those present = simple majority

75% of those present = super majority

100% of those present = unanimous


Charter language

Charter Language

Conflicts of Interest

CWG members and alternates will openly acknowledge any real conflicts of interest and refrain from using their position on the working group to secure unfair or inappropriate privilege, gain, or benefit.

We will openly acknowledge any potential or perceived conflicts of interest to prevent misunderstandings that could detract from the success or credibility of the OFR Community Planning Process.

CWG members or alternates who have a real or potential conflict of interest in a matter before the CWG will identify such conflict prior to discussion of that matter.

The CWG will decide, after discussion and vote, if that member or alternate should recues them self from discussion and/or voting on that matter.

If agreement on recusal cannot be reached by the CWG, then the SEFCRI Chair will decide.


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