"Hi, Andrew. I hope this message finds you well. As several US-based Ning community folks have indicated an interest I am sharing word with those of you in the US geographic region about this May 4-6 workshop - for people of all levels of experience…"
Apr 6, 2011
Andrew Himes is now a member of Open Space Technology World Community
How does Open Space fit into what you do with organizations and / or communities?
I have learned to creative generative relationships and rethink how I engage in planning and organizational development with variuous groups I am paret of, including the organization I founded, www.voiceseducation.org
Hi, Andrew. I hope this message finds you well. As several US-based Ning community folks have indicated an interest I am sharing word with those of you in the US geographic region about this May 4-6 workshop - for people of all levels of experience to share learning about Open Space. Participants read Harrison Owen's "Open Space Technology: A User's Guide" before class and then we take off from that point forward - focusing on many elements that of context, logistics, pre-work and design that can support or impact the success of an Open Space event. Thank you for sharing the word with those you know who may be interested, Lisa
Learn more about Open Space - join me for the
Open Space Learning Workshop
May 4-6, 2011 in San Francisco
Learn what is 'behind the scenes' in how to prepare for and facilitate Open Space - from all the elements of pre-work (invitation, outreach, logistics, site selection, design of food and beverage, documentation design) to 'what-if' and 'when-not-to.'
For more information about content, schedule and pricing
contact me directly at lisaheft [at] openingspace.net
Welcome, Andrew, to the Open Space world community space - a sister site to the OSLIST (an ongoing English-language conversation among Open Space facilitators and enthusiasts from around the world). Feel free to join any regional, language-based or thematic Group you see here and also ask any questions you may have about the process here or on OSLIST. And have you read Harrison Owen's book, "Open Space Technology: A User's Guide"? If not, it is a great description of the process and its origin, in the words of its originator. We look forward to learning with and from you about all things connected to Open Space...