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PLUME: five principles of harvesting

Chris Corrigan

This morning we began our Harvesting and Collective Sensemaking online course. The purpose of a participatory process is to produce a harvest.

Precision in harvest planning.

Chris Corrigan

Since 2007 when Monica Nissen, Silas Lusias and I sat down at Phil and Laura Cass’s kitchen table to write up our thinking on the Art of Harvesting I have been a keen student of the art and practice of meaning making, sensing, visualizing and sharing the fruits of our work. What is the harvest? 1130-1145 Final Harvest. A vidoe?

Polarities to help design harvesting

Chris Corrigan

Yesterday in a webinar for the Art of Hosting Applied Practice cohort I threw out a set of ideas around harvesting that were prompted a bit by experience and a bit by the questions that participants were asking. ” The act of paying attention to that is called “harvesting.” Art of Harvesting What do you think?

My Harvest from a Half Day at Seattle #Kaizencamp

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Community for the 21st Century Harvest

Nancy White

I simply LOVE these harvests. community community indicators events harvesting visual thinking wedialogOver 550 people registered.

Harvesting from a harvest

Chris Corrigan

We ran a three day Art of Hosting and then did a one day Art of Harvesting workshop with about 40 members of the community of practice in Chicago. The focus of the day was on the art and practice of harvesting. Our design was simple…we began in circle with a check in around questions and thoughts about harvesting.

My Harvest from a Think Tank on Assessing Collaboration

Michelle Laurie

Don’t get caught in the tangle of terminology between learning networks, knowledge networks, CoPs. Relationship among group of organizations.

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The Art of Harvesting

Chris Corrigan

in the Art of Hosting world we put a lot of emphasis on the Art of Harvesting. Locally, Amanda Fenton has been paying attention to this practice a lot and is harvesting tons about hosting and harvesting on her blog, which is worth a regular read. We’re in an interesting time in our inquiry around harvesting.

One introduction to harvesting

Chris Corrigan

about the art of harvesting. It includes an uncited hat tip to the Cynefin framework , and focuses on his particular field of education: Harvesting, as you know being from a tribe of long standing agrarian practice, (!) Within schools there is a special kind of problem with harvesting. This is BAD harvesting.

What harvesting tool works best?

Chris Corrigan

A colleague emailed today and asked me this question: “which tool do you use when you have to analyse the content of your harvest with groups?&#. The principle would be this: “Participatory process, participatory harvest, simple process, simple harvest&# The primary tool I use in complex decision making domains is diversity.

A collective harvest of the four fold practice

Chris Corrigan

Here is a snippet of the harvest from our work this week: Presensing and hosting yourself. be clear about the purpose of and the intended harvest of a conversation. The last couple of weeks my deepening of perspective on the four fold practice of the art of hosting has continued. Be place based. Sense what could be better.

The #OCE2012 Harvest

Michelle Laurie

This year, the topic was “Facilitating and Designing Stuff” I have a lot to write on the process of team design and delivery (thanks to Nancy White , Sylvia Currie, Dave Pollard , John Smith and Alice McGillvary ) however recently I came across a harvest that I found absolutely delightful and want to share with you!

Continuing My Ecocycle Experimentation

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There was more to harvest and we left it on the table! T he tweet was apparently provocative. Are we both excited and afraid of destruction?

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My Pen, Our Pens: Engagement through Participatory Visualization Workshop

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Then we’ll progress through a series of exercises and experiments alternating with reflection and harvest. Often that means WITH YOU!

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The curse of predetermining outcomes

Chris Corrigan

Art of Harvesting Collaboration Design FacilitationCourtesy WRme2 on flickr. And how do we do that while still holding on to a higher ideal.

The Harvest: After Event Reflections

Nancy White

Harvest time. The harvest. Reflection is a form of harvest. How can this “harvest&# feed, rather than rot in a pile?

Learning While Building eLearning: Part 1

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harvesting international development knowledge sharing learning reflection elearningSo here we go! What would that conversion look like? Subtle.

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Exploring future possibilities by mapping “dispositionalities”

Chris Corrigan

We deliberately created a space where things were allowed to fail or radically change and we harvested learning all the way along. Art of Harvesting Art of Hosting Cynefin Evaluation Facilitation Featured Learning Philanthropy Uncategorized World CafeIt’s good to have Dave Snowden back from his treks in the Himalayas.

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Sense-making in a World Cafe

Chris Corrigan

Harvest. Art of Harvesting Conversation Cynefin Facilitation Featured Stories World Cafe I was back at St. Process. ” 2.

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Simple meeting design

Chris Corrigan

First we design the bookends: Purpose on the one hand and harvest/action on the other hand. Harvest. What do you want to harvest? -

Making a rough and ready pattern language as a creativity tool

Chris Corrigan

Art of Harvesting Art of Hosting Collaboration Conversation Facilitation Featured First Nations World Cafe

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More fun with pen and paper sense-making

Chris Corrigan

One thing I’m committed to doing is providing multiple ways that data from various processes can be harvested using basic sense-making practices.

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Some World Cafe tips

Chris Corrigan

Know what you will do with the harvest and tell people. People learned in the invitation what our plans were for the harvest.

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A Bountiful Harvest

Chris Corrigan

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Harvesting and typology

Chris Corrigan

Some observations from recently harvesting for a group. Art of HarvestingIn nominal group technique it is the categories.

Can we role model graphic recording? Part 3 in the series

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” The field trips were “harvested” by our newly-trained sketchnote artists from Monday’s workshop.

Nuanced preferences instead of voting for sense making

Chris Corrigan

Art of Harvesting Community Conversation Cynefin Facilitation There is no consultants report here. So here was our process.

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Basic design for extraordinary conversations

Chris Corrigan

The second phase is hosting and harvesting. A basic diagram for hosting questions that create extraordinary conversations.

Understanding where you are, not where you think you are: some tips and a process

Chris Corrigan

Art of Harvesting Art of Hosting Collaboration Cynefin Design Emergence Evaluation Facilitation Learning Organization Stories And so to the tip.

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The essence of learning as an artist

Chris Corrigan

Art of Harvesting Art of Hosting Cynefin LearningMy friend Avril Orloff shared this beautiful quote on her facebook page. But there is this gap.

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Beyond the Webinar

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Disintermediated sensemaking

Chris Corrigan

Art of Harvesting Art of Hosting Cynefin Evaluation Facilitation World Cafe The context for this question stems from a couple of realities.

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Hosting the harvest

Chris Corrigan

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Careful…

Chris Corrigan

Art of Harvesting Cynefin Emergence One has to be very careful attributing causes to things, or even attributing causality to things. in complex systems, causality is a trap. We can be, as Dave Snowden says “retrospectively coherent” but you can not know which causes will produce which effects going forward. Extraordinary!

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Trying to make developmental evaluation easier

Chris Corrigan

Art of Harvesting Art of Hosting Collaboration Conversation Cynefin Design Emergence Evaluation FacilitationLook for causes.

Slowing Down to Pay ATTENTION – the #365 Photo Practice

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harvesting identity learning reflection #365photo attention observation Alan Levine and Stephen Downes have been most prominent on my radar.

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Collective story harvesting

Chris Corrigan

In the Art of Hosting community over the past two years a group of practitioners have developed a tool called the Collective Story Harvest. I’ve had many opportunities to catch stories along the journey and this time, I’m here to report in on what’s been happening with the method of Collective Story Harvesting. Enjoy.

Harvest, neighbourliness and altruism

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' There's no doubt that community involvement in the economically-critical harvest applied in many countries over centuries.

Some recent harvests

Chris Corrigan

So a little time to breathe and reflect on a couple of harvests. Second, a harvest poem from the Open Space I ran yesterday in Kelowna. With Open Space these days I am trying as much as possible to have a place in which a meta harvest can be collected and created. On leg five of the epic journey. Yesterday. by Chris Corrigan.

Reflecting on my 2015 #365Photo Project

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creativity harvesting reflection Uncategorized #365photoEven my sister prompted me to do this on Facebook. Go Cesca! Spring, Spring, SPRING!

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