With the Decider in the room making all the calls, the winning solutions stay opinionated.
Stop Brainstorming and Start Sprinting
Jake Knapp

But, in my experience, there’s an added benefit to having the Decider see which way people are voting. It kind of expands their own viewpoint. It’s like rapidly consulting everyone, then making the call.

It’ve seen a Decider overrule a group-favorite solution, but she was also very good at articluating why (“Idea A goes against our product core value X, so we won’t do it”). This leads to more transparency — people will often be fine with shutting down a good idea if there’s a better reason.

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