Discussions Aggregation System

This is a system for aggregating and evaluating discussions and ideas across multiple meetings, which can be useful in various scenarios, such as:

  1. Corporate Strategy Development: In a company where different departments have meetings to discuss a common strategic goal (like entering a new market), this system can compile all relevant discussions and ideas into a central repository. Why Useful: It ensures that all departments’ insights are considered, and the most popular and well-supported strategies are identified and prioritized.
  2. Product Development and Innovation: During product development, multiple teams might have ideas for features or improvements. This system allows all ideas to be captured, discussed across teams, and voted on. Why Useful: It promotes cross-functional collaboration and ensures the best features, as agreed upon by various stakeholders, are implemented.
  3. Project Post-Mortems and Learning: After completing projects, different teams can have separate meetings to discuss what went well and what didn’t. These discussions can then be aggregated to identify common themes. Why Useful: It helps in creating a comprehensive understanding of the lessons learned, which can be applied to future projects to improve outcomes.
  4. Research and Development (R&D): In R&D, different researchers or groups might explore various approaches to solving a problem. This system allows for sharing findings and voting on the most promising research directions. Why Useful: It ensures the most scientifically and commercially viable research avenues are pursued.


This system can be used for anything that needs aggregation of discussions, for example tensions in teams, projects, organizations and business relations (as you can see in the Gif)