Crowd Wise

This briefing paper provides an introduction to nef's new participative method for taking shared decisions, helping people to find common ground.

June 30, 2010 // Written by:

Perry Walker

Crowd Wise is a participative method for taking shared decisions. It produces outcomes which the participants are more likely to support or be able to live with. Crowd Wise is a tested and flexible format which can be used for a wide range of issues and decisions. It can work as a single event, or over a period of time; it can work for 15 people or 1500; it can be used to set priorities, allocate budgets or respond to a consultation.

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Democracy & Participation

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