Monthly Archives: April 2007

Introduction to Open Space at ITU-T

I presented this several years ago to the International Telecommunications Union. I was invited to attend a meeting of Study Group 17 that was looking at different forms of identity, network, enterprise and user-centric. I was able to persuade the … Continue reading

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What is Open Space about? EFFECTIVENESS

What is Open Space all about? It is not about hippies in California using some “idilic process”. It was a methodology designed by Harrison Owen to have really effective meetings. Effective as in solving problems, building consensus and getting things … Continue reading

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Open Space as a Tool for Engaging Complex Systems

I was searching around for stories about Open Space and its use in different contexts. I found this amazing articulation of the complexity of our time and where Open Space is particularly effective along with the “two engines” that drive … Continue reading

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Un-museum for the Imaginify Metamedia III

Mandala at Imaginify Metamedia Cooperation 3 Originally uploaded by Kaliya. I have been remiss in blogging about an amazing event that I had the honor of facilitating a small part of the Imaginify Metamedia event in Eugene at the beginning … Continue reading

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