FAQ on > What is a Preferendum? > Is there not a danger that the use of the preferendum idea would lead to a complete snarl-up in the administration of, for example, a business?
The preferendum is not a panacea for everything, of course, but evidence suggests that, in many instances, it would facilitate the very opposite of an impasse.
Businesses tend to get snarled when the workforce divides itself into two – management versus the workers, being the most obvious.To allow the members of a committee to make suggestions, to debate all options, and then to express their preferences on a range of options, is often a very good way of ensuring that the committee never suffers from the dangers of a real or potential split.
Last updated on September 19, 2008 by Deborda