|Codifying decision-making||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Paul Milne (PaulMmhie.ac.uk)|
|Date: Wed, 21 May 1997 07:28:23 -0500|
I recently posted a hello re. our fledgling group here in Edinburgh, Scotland. I got a warm response, and thanks to all. We have been discussing the decision-making process, and although there is a consensus that consensus decision making is a good thing and will be encouraged, there is a recognition that there may be times when this isn't possible, and so other structures may be incorporated -- interest groups / sub-committees, executive board, majority voting, etc. I/we would be very interested in finding out how others deal with this, and *especially* how it has been codified in any written agreements / constitutions / what have you. Big subject, I know, and I'm not necessarily looking for a primer on the different merits of each (though I'd be happy to listen to whatever insights anyone has to offer). Thanks in advance. -- Paul Milne (paulm [at] mhie.ac.uk) 4D Developer Moray House Institute of Education, Edinburgh, Scotland "I learn by going where I have to go." --Roethke
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