I'd like to learn more for sure. I'm always a bit skeptical when people are like "THIS structure will FIX your PROBLEMS!" especially after trying a couple different governance structures in college student groups... you can spend SO much time talking about group structure and not really get anywhere.
Consent: "a decision is made when there is no objection"
Consensus: "A decision is made when everyone agrees"
Consensus can be used like consent; when "I agree" means something like "I see this is good enough".
We favor a slightly more clear definition, plus we teach how to move forward from an objection, instead of it being a roadblock.
It's subtle but consent is embedded in a bigger approach of "fail fast and often!"
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