In Sociocracy, what's the difference between consenting to a proposal vs. implementation of a proposal?

Consenting to a proposal is to approve it. For some policies, once they are approved, they need to be put into action. What does it take to make it happen? For example, some policies require to be known in the wider organization. Some policies require tracking or additional resources (like lists, physical objects, signs, etc), or work flows to hold people accountable. (Example: if we make a policy around noise control, then who holds the people accountable if they violate policy, and what happens next?)

For more information, check out our handbook Many Voices One Song chapter 6 and section 6.10