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This Dotmocracy training session invited participants to try and find agreements on the question "What platform promise would you like to hear from a mayoral candidate?"

This Dotmocracy training session invited participants to try and find agreements on the question "What platform promise would you like to hear from a mayoral candidate?"

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    Dotmocracy workshop dw d sept 8 2010 v04 Dotmocracy workshop dw d sept 8 2010 v04 Presentation Transcript

    • A Large Group Decision Making Tool Design with Dialogue September 8, 2010 Session
    • Agenda
      • Demonstrate: Make a decision using Dotmocracy
      • Deconstruct: Dotmocracy steps and rules
      • Discuss: Applications real and potential
      • What platform promise would you like to hear from a mayoral candidate?
    • Step 1: Consider the Question…
    • Step 2: Brainstorm Answers
      • In small groups, make a list of answers
    • Step 3: Write One Idea Per Sheet Write your idea here. Use large and clear printing.
    • Step 4: Give Idea Sheets to Staff
      • Staff will post ideas around the room
    • Step 5: Fill Dots to Record Opinions
    • Fill in one dot per a sheet to record your opinion … then sign on the right
    • Optionally write a brief comment below
    • You may dot as many or as few sheets as you please.
    • Step 6: Report the Results
      • Announce some of the top ideas
      • Post all results on the web page
      • What platform promise would you like to hear from a mayoral candidate?
    • Step-by-Step Process
      • Hosting Organization:
      • What is the question to addressed?
      • Who will be participating?
      • What information do they need?
      • What will be done with the results?
    • Step-by-Step Process
      • 1.  Learn about the issue.
      • distribute a primer booklet
      • host an introductory lesson on the topic
      • present a video
    • Step-by-Step Process
      • 2. Present the issue and question(s).
    • Step-by-Step Process
      • 3. Discuss potential answers.
    • Step-by-Step Process
      • 4. Write ideas on Dotmocracy sheets.
    • Step-by-Step Process
      • 5. Fill dots to record opinions. Write comments.
      Repeat steps 3 through 5. Participants review ideas, discuss comments & dotting patterns, & post new ideas to be dotted.
    • Step-by-Step Process
      • 6. Report the results.
    • Step-by-Step Process
      • 7. Announce a decision.
      • Author plan that selects, combines, prioritizes, and/or finds compromise among the popularly agreed-upon ideas, with minimal disagreement.
    • Rules
      • The official Dotmocracy facilitator(s) are authoritative and responsible for the Dotmocracy process, but maintain neutral opinions on the session’s content.
      • Each participant may only fill in one dot per Dotmocracy sheet.
      • Participants must sign each sheet that they dot.
      • Participants may dot as many or as few sheets as they please during the session.
      • There are no changes to an idea's text inside the idea box once dotting has started on that sheet.
      • Participants have the right to keep their dotting choices secret and their comments anonymous.
      • A Dotmocracy sheet should only be removed from the dotting process by the official facilitator(s).
    • Required Posted Information
      • The basic process instructions.
      • The preamble and references to any related information materials.
      • The question(s) to be addressed.
      • An explanation of where and when a copy of the complete results will be accessible.
      • A statement describing how the results will be used by the hosting organization(s).
      • The hosting organization(s) name and contact details.
      • The official facilitator(s) name and contact details.
    • Discuss
      • What do you like about Dotmocracy?
      • How and where would you use it?
      • When would you not use it?
      • Lessons learned…
    • Examples