Is OST's form perfection as is? It is elegant. Perhaps evolution isn't in the form but in our deeper thinking. Begun with a post on the OSlist, the first entry for this group is from that post.
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I wrote this article during my tenure as innovation associate with Noesis Market Intelligence, which focused on the agricultural sector. Noesis has since split into two businesses,…Continue
Dear colleagues. There are many occasions where just is not enough time or room to arrange a traditional OS. Therefore I am arranging 90 minute mini open spaces for international highly mixed groups…Continue
Here's the post from the OSlist that inspired this group:How do the Open Space principles help us both support and resist change? What does this mean for the evolution of OST and opening space?The OS…Continue