What if you have competing or divergent agreements?

At the end of a Dotmocracy process it is up to the trusted decision-makers to review the results and produce a decision that will work for the organization. When there is no single obvious preferred answer (which is most often the case) the decision-makers will need to select or piece together popular ideas into a practical solution.

In many cases they may need to leave out some popular ideas that just don't fit. In such case they should explain why they could not use the popular ideas within their final decision statement, and potentially suggest where they might be applied in the future. When there is debate on competing solutions among the trusted decision-makers, they may need to conduct another Dotmocracy process to clarify the highest priorities.