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Decision-Making styles in a group are as follows:
There are four methods groups can make decisions:
Simple voting is a participatory decision-making technique. The team votes for or against an idea by showing hands.
The thumb technique is another voting technique for participatory decision making.
Each participant expresses their preference for a decision with the direction of their thumb:
Five-finger voting is a consensus-based decision-making technique in which participants can indicate how much they support a decision or idea by the number of fingers they show.
Highsmith Decision Spectrum is a group decision making where participants tick a mark on a spectrum to indicate their support for an idea or decision.
The spectrum ranges from "In favour" "Okay but with reservations", "Mixed feelings" to "Not in favor but will commit" or "Veto".