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