Democratic Decision-Making Style: Definition & Overview - Quiz & Worksheet


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Of the following, which is one way that the democratic decision-making style is practiced?

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1. When would using a consensus work best when it comes to decision-making?

2. Who makes the decision when using the democratic decision-making style?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The democratic approach to making decisions is more complex than you might expect. Use these assets to test your knowledge of the advantages and disadvantages of different styles of democratic groups.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These worksheet and quiz combo will teach about:

  • The problems of finding a consensus
  • Who makes the decisions in the democratic decision-making style
  • The flaws and benefits of democratic businesses and societies

Skills Practiced

Utilize the following skills using these materials:

  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of the democratic tactic of decision-making
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about the effects of democratic decision-making in businesses in a different light
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as consensuses

Additional Learning

The corresponding lesson Democratic Decision-Making Style: Definition & Overview will prepare you to:

  • Debate the pros and cons of consensus and majority approaches
  • Explain issues of accountability when decision-making approaches fail
  • Describe a situation in which an attempt at making a decision democratically might result in tabling the topic