consensus

Clearing up misconceptions in the debate over the use of "consensus" by the Occupy Wall Street movement. Read more...
Opening up the debate around one of the most contentious issues within organizing the Occupy Wall Street community on the limits, perils, or need for consensus as a decision making philosophy within the future of OWS. Read more...
Consensus process (the idea that a group must strictly adhere to a protocol where all decisions are unanimous) is the absolute worst idea that has ever been introduced to the activist community. Consensus process is the tyranny of the Read more...
Since the inception of Occupy Wall Street in 2011, most public assemblies and working or affinity group meetings have adopted a formal or modified consensus model for decision making. This consensus model, as many general assembly participants Read more...