This 24 hours is about making decisions in more participatory ways.
From cooperatives like Suma to grassroots movements like UK Uncut and Occupy, more and more people are discovering that making decisions differently can improve both the function of organisations as well as the well-being of the people involved with them. Technology like Twitter and Facebook that allows everyone to have a say on the important issues of the day is building people’s confidence in expressing themselves and their desire to influence the processes that affect their lives. Can we transfer these developing skills to make positive change in other areas of life?
Consensus decision making in your workplace? Consulting different people in different ways before coming to conclusions? Allowing everyone to have a say in meetings? What’s your take on 24 hours of making decisions differently?