A recap of March 30 #OpenOrgChat: Making Open Decisions

The power of open, inclusive decisions

On March 30, 2017, the open organization community gathered on Twitter to discuss open decision making.

The power of open, inclusive decisions
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An open decision can be a powerful decision. On March 30, 2017, the open organization community gathered on Twitter to discuss ways we can all make open decision-making more common in organizations everywhere.

Q1: What does open and inclusive decision making look like?

Q2: What's the difference between an open decision-making process and a closed one?

Q3: What's the most important benefit of being transparent in your decision-making process?

Q4: What's the most important benefit of being inclusive as you make decisions?

Q5: What do you find most challenging about open decision-making? What are the barriers to practicing it?

Q6: When is the best time to bring people into a decision-making process?

Q7: Should leaders still include people in the decision-making process when they already know the best course to take? How?

Q8: What strategies can leaders use to incorporate voices they don't hear into the decision-making process?

Q9: What materials and resources do you recommend to leaders looking to practice open decision-making?

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