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Finding The Next Steps Towards The Future: How 25 persons started to develop their organisation in half a day.

At the same time when SOL 2010 happened in Bucharest I supported a workshop in Austria - which was one of the reasons why I couldn't attend SOL 2010 (which I regret - especially after having read all those appreciating comments about it!)

On the other hand supporting this workshop for me was a great learning about the strength of OD work based on SF.

I provide you a short outline of this workshop now - you are welcome to read the whole description (in German) with illustrating pictures here:

http://www.korn.ch/archiv/case-studies/ablauf-org-entw-halbtag.pdf

(If necessary: Ask for the free password by sending a mail to docrequest@korn.ch)

25 teacher of a high school located in Tirol wanted to create some ideas how they can develop their school. At the moment the school is working quite good - but: How can this kept? What can be the "journey toward the future"?

Here the outline of this half day workshop:

Sharing the personal resources which are available today => "Resources Fund"

(Die heute Vormittag verfügbaren Ressourcen)

Expectations => "Expectations Wall"

(Die Erwartungen an den Vormittag)

Yes, and …. Palaver => "Recipe for the Energy Soup"

(Ja, und.... Palaver)

"Once upon a future time": A journey with the time machine => "Our Future Wall"

("Es war einmal ... in zwei Jahren...": Eine Zukunftsreise)

Working out specific next steps (parallel teams)

(Erarbeitung konkreter nächster Schritte in die Zukunft)

Preparation: Find topics, let emerge teams

(Vorbereitung: Themen finden, und Teams bilden)

Each team: Visualizing the whished results as a => "product box"

(Die "SchuLschachteln")

Each team: Working out the utmost next step(s) to produce this results

(Die unmittelbar nächsten Schritte in die Zukunft)

Presenting the results of the teams in a => "minimarket"

("Minimarket" der Ergebnisse)

What expectations (see "Expectations Wall") are fulfilled "good enough" now?

(Welche Erwartungen an diesen Vormittag sind jetzt erfüllt?)

More readings about some of this methods you may find at:

http://www.korn.ch/team-process-modules/team-process-modules-Dateien/slide0002.htm

or

http://www.korn.ch/team-process-modules/team-process-modules-Dateien/pdf/0team-process-modules.pdf

and

http://www.korn.ch/solutionstage/dokumente/looking%20back%20to%20the%20future.pdf

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