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Art of Participatory Leadership and other related topic: Action learning, Open Space Technology, Theory U, Mind Mapping, etc.
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What is Open Space? - Agile Product Open (Boston, MA) - Meetup

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Bringing Agile principles to Product ManagementTogether, we share ways Agile principles and practices enable us to increase our capacity to deliver products that please our customers, satisfy our bu
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Open Space UNconference

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Eventbrite - FuseSocial presents Open Space UNconference - Thursday, 17 March 2016 at Golden Years Society, Fort McMurray, AB. Find event and ticket information.

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Open Space Technology: A User's Guide - SocialSharingLink.com

Open Space Technology: A User's Guide a Revised and Updated Edition of an Acknowledged Classic of Organizational https://t.co/2iTMWaruH7

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Open Space (Technology) In Facilitation

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For the skeptics and type A personalities, Open Space (Technology) seems an impossible fluff process.  But when all is said and done, the process of Open Space (Technology) leaves the nay sayers speechless indeed.

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Ever wondered how to run an event without an agenda, or speakers confirmed until the day? - 41 Portland Place: Conference venue Central London

Ever wondered how to run an event without an agenda, or speakers confirmed until the day? - 41 Portland Place: Conference venue Central London | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Check out our latest post on having open space technology at your next event! https://t.co/NzNooH89xN #eventprofs … https://t.co/qtIMh3et4T
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Open Space Technology ...... | Shyam V. Iyer

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Open Space Technology ......: Presenting to the larger group https://t.co/F1oOKul03y
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The Co-Intelligence Institute

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Open Space Technology:
#WhoeverComes | #LawOfTwoFeet
#WhateverHappens
#WheneverItStarts
#WhenItIsOver
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Tweet from @LonneyGregory

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Tomorrow #GMU #ODKM explores Open Space Technology. We learn to keep learning. I'll be tweeting about it. pic.twitter.com/RpNw8TXeCq
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MFN: Conflict as a Springboard for Change Using Open Space Technology

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Learn Open Space Technology tonight at MFN. For more info and to register, go to: http//mfn-nov-2015.eventbrite.com https://t.co/sJmVJBtDqG
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Open Space Technology A Knowledge Mobilization Tool

Hear from Chris Corrigan on World Café and Open-Space Technology: The skill in using Open Space and World Café is not . Open Space Technology is a ...
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Open Space Technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Open Space Technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Open Space Technology ( OST) is an approach to purpose-driven leadership, including a way for hosting meetings, conferences, corporate-style retreats, symposiums, and community summit events, focused on a specific and important purpose or task - but beginning without any formal agenda, beyond the overall purpose or theme.

Earlier today, some Open Space Technology to support collaboration & city-building #yegplan https://t.co/1pybXt5Vow https://t.co/Gk7azyWggo
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Middle Age Bulge: The magic of open space

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Do you ever notice that the best discussions happen after the meeting? Yup. It happens all the time. Once the agenda is put aside and decorum dissolved, real dialogue ensues. In essence, that is what open space technology (OST) might be about. I say "might" only because I'm a neophyte. My FuseSocial colleague and friend Alexandra introduced me to the dialogue framework a few weeks ago. It turns out that I've been doing something similar for awhile now. I facilitated a great session Thursday with the current Leadership Wood Buffalo cohort, alums and members of the community around the topic of community leadership development. The question that brought us together was: What do YOU need right now to be the community leader you want to be? About 10 table hosts came forward and had terrific conversations on topics ranging from igniting passions to finding ways to link seniors with youth, from dealing with bullying to started a makers' space. "It's not what I expected," said one organizer. "But that's the great thing about OST. You need to be prepared to be surprised." In this kind of meeting environment, the "Law of two feet" comes into effect. In other words, if you're feeling that you're not getting anything out of one conversation, or not able to contribute, you are encouraged to get up and find another. The "Law of two feet" is one (of many) of the reasons I love going to Mindcamp (Canada's creativity retreat) every year. There are guiding principles that govern open space, that do everything they can to minimize formality and eliminate any sense of agenda. They describe, rather than prescribe, what happens in open space. Principle #1 - Whoever comes is the right people - What an interesting sentence. In essence, it takes away the stigma associated with when only a few people, or even no people, come to your table. If you build it, they will come, every single one of them that are destined/intended/needed to be there. Principle #2 - Whenever it starts is the right time - This is an important one. I'm fastidious about time, but I can't rush creativity, nor should anyone. The energy for creative brilliance will happen in its own time. Principle #3 - Wherever it is, is the right place - You don't need to be in a formal OST gathering to be doing Open Space. The beautiful thing is that it often happens organically. Daniel and I went out for coffee one time. Through conversation, unplanned and unexpected, we started drawing ideas on napkins and redesigned the world. Principle #4 - Whatever happens is the only thing that could have - be prepared to be surprised! - This process works when it goes to places that you didn't expect. Thankfully, that's exactly what happened on Thursday. The ideas and issues that bubbled to the top were not what I expected. In fact, one issue that I was certain would emerge, did not. Principle #5 - When it's over, it's over - This is a reminder to us all to do the work not the time. If an issue or idea has run its course, don't rehash old territory just because there is some time left on the clock. What I observed on this morning is that valuable information was shared, connections were made, sparks were ignited, and relationships were both started and deepened. Some commitments were made and action might result, even though we had a limited amount of time to get to the action phase. I'm grateful to Alexandra and FuseSocial for asking me to facilitate this session. I'm grateful to all the participants for bringing their passion and ideas into the space and trusting the process.
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Open Space Technology (how to run productive meetings) | Ravi's Blog

#wellesley Open Space Technology (how to run productive meetings): There are always new things to learn. Some ... https://t.co/UPTrwPbxhd

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Open Space Technology Facilitators Training

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Open Space Technology is a powerful meeting process used to help organizations and communities self-organize around important strategic questions that are complex, urgent and requiring deep attention.

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Open Space Technology 9781576757758 free download

Open Space Technology 9781576757758 free download | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it

Download Open Space Technology 9781576757758 free download as a textbook ebook!

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Open Space Technology Facilitator Training

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June 2-3, 2016 Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Simon Fraser University Vancouver, BC 9am to 5pm daily Register now! Open Space Technology is a powerful meeting process used to help organizations...
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Why we love Open Space Technology

Why we love Open Space Technology | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
If you’ve never come across the concept of Open Space Technology before and you’re familiar with a formal style of hosting meetings, it can seem quite daunting to have to facilitate or even partici...
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Tweet from @LonneyGregory

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Here at the ODOM Open Space Technology Learning Community. So, what is OD. How would you define it? pic.twitter.com/GwEOdbm1PG
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Open Space Technology : Facilitation of a complex business issue

Facilitation of a complex business issue through the Open Space Technology. From opening to closing, this video shows every main steps of an Open Space.
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