|From:||lio spiegler <email@example.com>|
|Sent time:||Monday, October 10, 2011 11:25:33 PM|
|Subject:||Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] #Vote - Quorum and voting procedure|
from experience of working with large groups, we found that a 75%
majority is a good number which doesn't slow the process too much but
allows for flexible decision making. however, it's good to set a
minimum number of participants. of course, if only a few people are
there and there is an urgent decision to make, then it's up to those
present to make the call.
you can post all the polls online and get most people to vote this way.
On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 1:06 AM, Christopher Rogy
> Yea.... Also... are there any programs, maybe open source similar to
> surveymonkey that we could use to aggregate the votes. In this case we'd
> send out a message to everyone directing them to the vote. Just a thought.
> On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 7:49 PM, Abraham Heisler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Hey guys,
>> At today's 11AM meeting, we brought up the issue on passing proposals
>> at meetings. Although, there are 50+ people helping with media, only
>> 10-15 are generally at any given meeting. So then, what number is
>> necessary to make a quorum and when does a decision need to be opened
>> up to the larger group?
>> Here is what was proposed: If a group in meeting feels a decision
>> requires immediate action (i.e. an event is happening now and it needs
>> to be decided whether to cover it or not) then a proposal can be
>> submitted and voted on by the people present, however if more than
>> 1/10 of the people present feel the decision should be posed to the
>> larger media group, then an e-mail would go out informing the larger
>> group of the proposal and asking people to vote "yea" or "nay" either
>> electronically or in person at the next meeting on the following day.
>> This proposal is an example of something that the people at today's
>> meeting felt should be opened up to the larger group. So, we will vote
>> on whether to accept the above proposal at tomorrow's meeting (5PM).
>> If you cannot attend the meeting and would like to vote, please
>> respond with a "yea" or "nay".
>> For future reference, observe the hash tag "#Vote" in the title of the
>> e-mail, which should call to attention that a vote from you is
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