group decisions and productivity

LORROS is for boards, committees, or any groups that make formalized decisions

The Four Pillars of LORROS

Discussions

discuss

Polls

evaluate

Meetings

decide

Actions

implement

The majority of meetings should be discussions that lead to decisions Patrick Lencioni

Group decision making provides synergy and sharing of information

Synergy is the idea that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. When a group makes a decision collectively, its judgment can be keener than that of any of its members. Through discussion, questioning, and collaboration, group members can identify more complete and robust solutions and recommendations.

Sharing of information among group members is another advantage. Group decisions take into account a broader scope of information since each group member may contribute unique information and expertise. Sharing information can increase understanding, clarify issues, and facilitate movement toward a collective decision.

LORROS improves the synergy and information sharing by asynchronously capturing the 4 basic steps of decision-making.

LORROS Discussions

LORROS Discussions capture and contain communication like a blog. It starts with the main topic and group members can comment on the topic or reply to comments.

LORROS Polls

LORROS Polls help evaluate different perspectives. Taking a simple poll is a quick and easy way to find consensus.

LORROS Meetings

LORROS  Meetings provide a unique platform to hold asynchronous and/or traditional (synchronous) Meetings.

LORROS Meetings can be more productive by starting the discussions before the ‘live’ meeting starts … saving a lot of time and frustration

LORROS Actions

LORROS Actions help get things done. Many decisions require actions, and unless they are targeted and tracked often don’t get done.

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