these proposed by ChrisCorrigan?
for more introductory workshop on day two...
OPENINGS (invitation, purpose)
- Picking up the phone
- Questions (from page 57 of workshop guide)
- Diagnostics: four boxes, with the icons on each box and an arrow going into each one, below the boxes are the following text:
- (in red) passion, core, really matters, why bother?
- (in blue) plan, buzz, dream, vision, poets? Images? Artifacts?
- (in green) org chart à network, deadlines, the catch, what’s available and ready?
- (in black) Stakes, needs, possibility, what do we need/make/do? Resources
FOCUS (invite list, vision)
- Timing, deadlines,
- Support for ongoing work
- Scope – area of work
- Decision making authority
- Who is opening? who should come? What does it look like?
- Existing plans, budgets and constraints
GIVENS (in a box)
- Is it true?
- Can you absolutely know that it’s true?
- How do you feel with that thought?
- Who are you without that thought?
SPACE/TIME OPTIONS (logistics, structure)
- Days options:
- 2.5 transformation and Action
- 1.5 deep conversation and action
- 1.0 deep conversation
- 0.5 scratching the surface
- Other options:
- Combining OST with something else
- OS following plenary
- OS as a conference track
- Series – community building, project work
- Conference and practice workshop combo
- University of Kentucky rules
ROOM LOGISTICS (in a box)
- Breakout space
DOCUMENTATION (footprints, results)
- Template for taking notes (1-sheet form, gallery posterboard with sticker)
Whole Meeting Group
- Computers and copiers
Beyond group - convergence and action planning:
- Time and space to read (book, gallery, online)
- A way to prioritise (dots, software, heart and meaning)
- A way to converge (moving issues together, inviting people to notice themes)
- Open Space for action (an opening, forms, reporting back)
- What do we need to do to get this out of the room? ...and keep it going?
- Who when where what how
- A way to broadcast and distribute
- books printed
- website, intranet, wiki
- Practicing ongoing invitation in organization.