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Consensus in public decisions

Dale E. Casper

Consensus in public decisions

analysis, 1981-1987

by Dale E. Casper

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consensus (Social sciences) -- Bibliography.,
  • Decision making -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDale E. Casper.
    SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography,, P 2411
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ7164.R4 C32 1988, JC328.2 C32 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination9 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2239478M
    ISBN 101555907814
    LC Control Number89110644

    A Consensus Based Decision-Making Process Developed by Daniel Baron. 1. We make decisions through consensus, whenever possible. 2. Consensus means that: A. I can live with the decision B. I will support my colleagues in implementing this decision. C. I will do absolutely nothing to impede the implementation of the decision. Size: KB. A New Arena for Consensus. Consensus decision making is getting a lot of use recently, especially in the Occupy movement. A whole new generation of organizers are leading public meeting and reviving a sense of direct democrasy to counter the apathy so many of us have fallen into.

    It is hoped that the relationship between this book and Formal Consensus would be similar to the relationship between Robert’s Rules of Order and Parliamentary Procedure. Methods of decisionmaking can be seen on a continuum with one person having total authority on one end to everyone sharing power and responsibility on the other. Consensus is fortunate to build on the work of national leaders in the field, and recommend articles and books that tell the story of public engagement. And, since our founding in , Consensus has produced reports and discussion guides that show how the public approaches its role in decision-making and on important issues.

    Consult-and-Decide and Build-Consensus for Making Decisions. If the decision is likely to be highly divisive — creating winners and losers — then you usually are better off using consult-and-decide and taking the heat. A build-consensus process will both fail to reach a good outcome and get everyone mad at one another in the process. Consensus decision making guidelines. 1, write down decisions on whiteboard and decide on the criteria. 2, make sure everyone is heard and feels listened to and avoid conflict, not pressing your own point of view. 3, there are no winners or losers. instead look for the next most acceptable alternative for all parties, meeting in the middle. 4.


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Consensus may be defined professionally as an acceptable resolution, one that can be supported, even if not the "favourite" of each individual. Consensus, to clarify, is the style of decision-making in which a group discusses and debates various courses of action, while taking care to address the concerns of each participant.

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It is a commitment to equality, communication, and creative solutions with the ultimate end result being a maximally empowered and effective group creative. Consensus-Based Decision-Making Processes A consensus based decision-making process is an effort in which affected parties (stakeholders) seek to reach agreement on a course of action to address an issue or set of related issues.

In a consensus process, the stakeholders work together to find a mutually acceptable solution. Consensus-Oriented Decision-Making is the first book to offer groups (and group facilitators) a clear and efficient path to generating widespread agreement while fostering full participation and true collaboration.

Poised to become the new standard for group facilitation, Cited by: Get this from a library. Consensus in public decisions: analysis, [Dale E Casper]. block consensus according to the guidelines described below. These groups use the term consensus to denote both the discussion process and the decision rule.

Other groups use a consensus process to generate as much agreement as possible, but allow decisions to beFile Size: KB. My new book "The Grasping Hand: Kelo v. City of New London and the Limits of Eminent Domain" is now out.

It is the first book about one of the Supreme Court's most controversial decisions written Author: Ilya Somin. Consensus is the nonprofit that puts the “public” in public policy. We give people a voice in decisions that affect their lives.

Consensus works on behalf of the metro Kansas City community and for clients here and around the U.S. Consensus Study Report: Consensus Study Reports published by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine document the evidence-based consensus on the study’s statement of task by an authoring committee of s typically include findings, conclusions, and recommendations based on information gathered by the committee and the committee’s deliberations.

Consensus decision-making highlights the process of making decisions, not just the result. In a consensus process all participants are respected and their contributions are welcome. Power leveraging, adversarial positioning, and other group manipulation tactics are specifically discouraged by the facilitator or by the structure of the discussion.

“As a facilitator of frequent public meetings with City Councils and citizens groups, I value this book both because it puts the entire consensus-based decision-making process in a clear and concise container, and because it includes a host of real-life examples and techniques that can be put to immediate use.

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Consensus or Visioning Methods to Sway local Public Support towards Agenda Local planning departments use "Visioning" public meetings to gain local "consensus" on pre-determined land use plans.

They are usually based on a modified version of legitimate consensus public hearing methods but modified to generally ask for public input on a.

While in the bourgeois public sphere, public opinion, on Habermas's analysis, was formed by political debate and consensus, in the debased public sphere of welfare state capitalism, public opinion is administered by political, economic, and media elites which manage public opinion as part of systems management and social control.

Public Consensus as Constitutional Authority Richard Primus* Abstract Barry Friedman's new book The Will of the People attempts to dissolve con-stitutional law's countermajoritarian difficulty by showing that, in practice, the Supreme Court does only what the public will tolerate.

His account succeeds. 1 Consensus is sometimes being understood as a decision‐making procedure established under this term or as a decision taken on the basis of this procedure.

The appropriate use of the term should be the reference to the procedure. What is Consensus Decision Making? In a team-based organization, consensus is an appropriate decision strategy. But only for the most important team decisions.

And it's critical that each team member understands the definition of consensus. Consensus means that everyone in the group can live with and fully support the decision.Art IX:1 fn 1 of the WTO Agreement defines consensus for the purpose of WTO decisions.

It states that 'The body concerned shall be deemed to have decided by consensus on a matter submitted for its consideration, if no Member, present at the meeting when the decision is taken, formally objects to the proposed decision.'.