Roman Voting

Updated: Oct 29, 2020


Roman Voting is also called Roman Thumbs. It is used in group decision making if the question is expecting a Yes/No answer.



How to Use:

Team members vote by using their hand to give a thumbs up or a thumbs down or a horizontal thumb if undecided.






For other facilitation tools and techniques, refer back to the Facilitation Techniques Index.

To see how you can use these techniques in your Scrum Events, refer to our Scrum Events Facilitation Tools article.






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