I found glasperlenspiel as inspiring as the notion of "Library of Alexandria".
What I came up with: #ParticipatoryDeliberation . It isn't just about optimizing or even "satisficing" so much as finding an agreeable solution/resolution ... which entails the realization that folk who disagree with us can often be will intentioned and not entirely wrong-headed :-)
is how the academics have cast it, so as to avoid any change of acknowledging my existence as a human person.
But that term works too.
Being passive consumers is recipe for doom. We (me and mine) in the 60s knew it. It was no huge insight: it's just common sense.
p.s. see Philip Mudd and "High Efficiency Analytic Decision-making" ... not the method I'd promote, but bang on / very substantial.
* "Decision-making"; A collection of TED Talks (and more) on the topic of decision-making.
* Also from TED: Playlist (8 talks); "How we make choices"
* from Financial Times: "No need for a TED talk – three videos on making decisions, reading minds and motivation | Business blog."
p.s. my cohort blathers about technical communications (by which they actually mean writing marketing brochures) as they blather and devalue everything in their surround. "Technical communications"?! I do it ... which evidently counts for naught.