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We've just launched Discuto with a new, improved design and +30 new features for you to try out. Enjoy the following improvements:
- better onboarding: makes it easier for your crowd to participate
- personalized mass emails: customize the recipients name and test before sending
- automated reminders & gamification: to increase participation
- more filters: spot controversial areas faster
- easier navigation: enjoy reading through the ideas of you ideation
- improved analytics: understand how your ideation performs
- overall better user experience: beautiful and easy-to-understand
- 100% EU security and data privacy compliant
Click on the Ideation tab above and try it out for yourself.
MOST DISCUSSED PARAGRAPHS
A collaborative decision-making process provides group dynamics. Through these dynamics, such as groupthink and individual group decision-making rules, it is more likely to draw out participation from people who may otherwise be hesitant to talk or interact.
The key to developing the best and most widely accepted solution is to ask a diverse group of people for their ideas. Different experiences trigger different ideas. In addition, through discussion, questioning, and collaboration the members can identify more complete and robust solutions and make better decisions in the end.
The more complex a decision or challenge, the more likely we need people with different expertise and specializations. But we don’t need to wait for the next global convention. Smart decision-making platforms facilitate collaborative decision-making, and allow to invite everybody on a global scale to join the process in real-time.
The people who are affected by a decision are usually more connected to the topic than experts. Thus, they may offer a diversity of lived experiences and valuable information, interpretations and perspectives about the topic. You should involve them in your decision-making process.
A good decision that affects a group of people can’t be made by one person or be based on one single source of information. A good decision requires the involvement of stakeholders, knowledge sharing and the analysis of different pieces of information.