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Promoting the Power of Process
The purpose of this project is to help promote Evoke Agent's understanding and appreciation for the power of process.

By process I mean a series of steps that one can take any group of stakeholders through to create meaningful conversations and transform: interactions, beliefs, behaviors, and/or actions. Examples of such processes include: Appreciative Inquiry, Open Space Technology, World Cafe, Future Search, and more!.

From my experiences the correct process creates the biggest change.

Calling all facilitators! If you have been trained in facilitating these or other processes, you understand some of the foundational principles, and you can describe the power of process to people...consider joining this Project Group.

Special Agent Mission

If you have an experience of one of these or another process, share it forth!

I will be collecting a list of blog posts the represent the power of process or the practice of process.
(This will be a good way to earn Courage Points.)

To make it on the list you must:
  1. Tag your entry PROCESS1
  2. Meet the one set of the story criteria below

Criteria for the Power of Process story:
  • Must be your own personal story about how you participated in a process
  • A story about what happened (i.e., what you witnessed or experienced, etc.)
  • The story displays the power of process (what was the outcome? how did it make you or the people involved feel?)

Agents who completed this mission:

Criteria for the Practice of Process story:
  • Must be your own personal story about how you lead/facilitated/hosted a process
  • A story about what happened (what you did, how people reacted, the energy created, and outcomes that resulted)
  • A story that provides insight into the practice of process (process name, methodology, some active principles or themes)

Agents who completed this mission:

  • Be the first!

Happy Playing!
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The theory behind a project homepage is that you can host an on-going project plan and discussion while
updating new posts and comments that leave a bread-crumb trail (links) back to the original project

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Comment by Brian Ballsun-Stanton on March 9, 2010 at 12:37pm
Right, post title edited for possible offense causing. http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/prior-planning-prevents-p... is new link.
Comment by Andrew Perry on March 9, 2010 at 12:55pm
Duly noted Brian, I switched up the link to match your new one.

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