Let say your team of 4 is making a decision as to which is the holiday destination that the four of you would want to go to; among the three countries already identified. eg Hong Kong, Vietnam, Japan.
One method of creative decision making is to use "$10" voting.
Which means each team member can vote by "allocating" the different amount (based on total $10 per person) for each country.
Then, after the voting session, tally up the totals allocated amounts. The country with the highest amounts wins.
Member A votes : HK = $5; Vietnam = $3; Japan=$2
Member B votes : HK = $2; Vietnam = $7; Japan=$1
Member C votes : HK = $3; Vietnam = $4; Japan=$3
Member D votes : HK = $5; Vietnam = $2; Japan=$3
Total Tally by each country:
HK = $15
Vietnam = $16
Japan = $9
In this example, Vietnam wins as it has the highest amounts ($16). So, Vietnam is the holiday destination for this example.
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The Speaking Factory is founded by Hazriq Idrus, Asia's Trusted Applied Creativity and Public Speaking Strategist. He is the author of The Stage Fright Antidote and co-authored four other books. His mission is to help people and teams innovate & communicate with impact by tapping on their inner creativity.
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