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1. Which team decision-making process is likely to take the longest time?
Gather individual input and then leader decides.
Gathering group input and then letting the majority vote decide.
2. When a team is making a decision based upon opinions, but those opinions are stable; what type of decision is appropriate?
Since all team members opinions are stable and fixed, make a final decision.
Make a preliminary decision on a direction for the team, but revisit the decision when facts are available.
No decision should be made until facts become available.
3. If making a team decision by consensus, what should be done if everyone does not agree after the first vote?
Continue to vote until the decision is unanimous.
Discuss the disagreement then vote again until everyone can support the decision.
Take the top two vote-getters and have a run off between these.
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