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$100 Voting with Stakeholder Analysis

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What is $100 voting?

At Coda, we regularly utilize the $100 voting method during our board meetings and in our annual and quarterly planning sessions.
This technique has proven invaluable in forcing stakeholders to reveal their true priorities. In a landscape where every project and idea can seem urgent and important, $100 voting effectively teases out the real value stakeholders assign to each initiative.
Participants are given $100 in symbolic funds to invest, mimicking the allocation of scarce resources. This not only illuminates genuine preferences but also promotes thoughtful investment in the projects deemed most valuable.
To set up your own $100 voting, follow the instructions in .
This template allows you to drill deeper into the investments and see what different groups of stakeholders would do (e.g. your executive team vs your board members). We also have a simpler variation of this template without the breakdown by stakeholder type. See .

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How to vote

Every person in this doc has $100 to invest into the different ideas or projects in this table.
Ideas will be ranked by the overall investments they receive across all participants.
The My Investment column shows your current investment. Click the Plus or Minus buttons to add or subtract until your entire budget is spent.
My remaining budget:
100
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Idea
Minus $20
Minus $5
Minus $1
My Investment
Plus $1
Plus $5
Plus $20
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Build a coffeemaker that can also make fried eggs
$20
$5
$1
000
0
$1
$5
$20
2
Bundle Coda with a Free Car Wash
$20
$5
$1
000
0
$1
$5
$20
3
Invent gummy bears that taste like French Fries
$20
$5
$1
000
0
$1
$5
$20
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Sum

Results

Investors who spent all $100:
@Oliver Heckmann
@Rocky Moon
@Maria Marquis
@Justin Hales
Investors who spent less than $100:
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Investment Summary
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Idea
Total Investments
Investors
1
Invent gummy bears that taste like French Fries
$144.00
Oliver Heckmann
Rocky Moon
Maria Marquis
Justin Hales
2
Build a coffeemaker that can also make fried eggs
$138.00
Oliver Heckmann
Rocky Moon
Maria Marquis
Justin Hales
3
Bundle Coda with a Free Car Wash
$118.00
Oliver Heckmann
Rocky Moon
Maria Marquis
Justin Hales
There are no rows in this table
People with votes that are not assigned a role yet:
@Rocky Moon
@Maria Marquis
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People with roles assigned that have not voted yet:
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@Quang Hoang
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Number of Stakeholders
1

Stakeholder Analysis

Select Stakeholder(s):
Marketing
Idea
Stakeholder Investments
Stakeholders
1
Invent gummy bears that taste like French Fries
$50.00
Justin Hales
2
Build a coffeemaker that can also make fried eggs
$25.00
Justin Hales
3
Bundle Coda with a Free Car Wash
$25.00
Justin Hales
There are no rows in this table
All Individual Investments
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Configuration

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Here is how you set up the doc for $100 voting
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Hit this button to delete all ideas and investments
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Add all the ideas or projects you want people to vote on to the ideas table below
Create the different roles (stakeholder types) that the people voting have. This will allow you to analyze the results by role for further insight. Examples of different roles could be
function (sales, marketing, product, engineering) or
involvement with the project (Driver, Maker, Braintrust, User), or
roles in a board meeting (Executive Team, Board Member, Advisory Member) etc.
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and have everyone vote.
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3
Idea
Build a coffeemaker that can also make fried eggs
Bundle Coda with a Free Car Wash
Invent gummy bears that taste like French Fries
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Roles
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1
2
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Role
People
Sales
Oliver Heckmann
Marketing
Justin Hales
Product & Design
Quang Hoang
Engineering
Maria Marquis
Rocky Moon
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