Silent Voting

Silent voting is an issue prioritisation technique, in which a group of people nominate a set number of items from a larger a list of items as being most important, without prior discussion.

The vote is often accomplished by placing stickers adjacent to a list of items.

If as an example you gave a group of 7 people 4 red stickers each, and told them to place a sticker next to the problem solving technique they think is most effective, you might end up with something similar to the diagram/list below.


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