To decide between different options.
Depending on the number of options and of participants,
2 - 10 minutes (but if embedded in arguing and giving reasons, it can take much longer.)
The Facilitator should not be afraid of arithmetic or get support for counting.
Erich Visotschnig / Siegfried Schrotta
For more information :
Systemic Consensing is a way to take a decision between different options. The participants are asked to give “Resistance Points” to every option.
0 – if there is no resistance to this option.
10 – if there is maximum resistance to this option.The resistance points for each option are added, and the option with the least resistance points will be accepted.
The number of resistance points can be shown with the fingers of the two hands. This gives easily a picture of the resistance.
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