Methods

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What - Who - When To assign responsibility and determine ending dates for an action plan.
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SIPOC To map the business processes of an organization
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Human Map This is a fun introduction focusing on where people were born, currently live or went to school.
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Minimal Participation To enable equitable participation of participants.
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Reframing Silence When a number of people are silent in a workshop.
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Closings This is a description of the dynamics of closings including intellectual, social, symbolic, plans for the future dimensions.
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Banana Peeler To enhance the participant's skills in planning, presentation and team building and to practice team creative thinking in a safe / humorous context
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2 truths & a lie The intent of this process is for participants to talk to each other and to get an idea of who the other one is.
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The Leader as Guide To reflect on the need for being a guide and being guided and to experience the demand to be a guide as a manger
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Gannt Chart The intent of this method is to create a chart that helps to keep the goal in sight.
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Push - pull Ground Rules To establish agreement about norms of behaviour by the facilitator and the group.
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Appreciative Inquiry 4: Destiny Phase To create possible pilot projects, change initiatives and actions that have potential to move us toward the future we want as articulated in our design propositions.
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SWOT Analysis Review To gain insight over the pluses and minuses of the last year and the coming year and togain confidence in the state of the department.
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