Postcards from the Edge

Experiment04 Postcards from the Edge

Biggest Anecdote Circle.

anecdoteThis was my naive approach to Anecdote Circles where I believed then that it was more important to get convergence by everyone than to allow everyone the space to engage and make sense together. This was the Cumbria Team in Kendal, when I worked at English Nature and ran a series of 26 separate anecdote circles to explore ‘Customer Service’ by encouraging them to share their anecdotal experiences, capture ‘what they got’ from each story,  then to make sense of the patterns that emerged. 28 participants.

Biggest Cynefin Framework

cynefin bigThis was my facilitation of the wrap up learning at KMUK 2011 in London. A huge cynefin framework used to capture the participants lessons to make sense of whether they were Simple: Complicated : Complex or (at least 2) Chaotic.

Biggest Future Backwards

backwardsMore an outcome of my workshop than a direct output. After I had facilitated the lessons learned review of the recent Bee Campaign for Friends of the Earth they have printed and created this timeline of their achievements in the new social space of their new HQ in London.

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