Clearly, collaboration requires a venue, a space where people can come together and share ideas. But to open opportunities for flow, we’ll need to work to get outside the box of traditional meetings. As low tech and old school as it seems, a conference room provides many of the necessary trappings needed for in-depth conversation.
But what else is needed for flow?
As we prepare for KMW12 W5 tomorrow, let’s tap tonight’s special #cdna chat to unpack this.
- Q1. How can space be modified to capture ideas more fluidly, perhaps using un-conferences as a guide?
- Q2. How might adaptive facilitation further open dialog?
- Q3. What metaphors for flow might help collaborators further shed notions of structured facilitation?
- Q4. Can visualizing idea streams make a difference?
Hope to see you online, as we begin to unpack “flow” in the collaborative context.
– Chris Jones aka SourcePOV, author, The DNA of Collaboration
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