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Common name Intent or purpose Editors ratingsort descending User rating
Create Agenda with the Group To have the group create the agenda for the meeting rather than having it done ahead time.
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Gap Analysis To have participants determine the differences between the present situation and a desired future state.
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RoleStorming To generate ideas from the perspective of people not present in the room.
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Prui (pronounced 'proo-eee') This is a light-hearted, and loving game that you can play several times during the evening, and it will get better each time.
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Stamping Feet with Lion's Roar To increase the energy among the participants
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Active reviewing intervention To get understanding of an event that happened through the display of a different point of view. This can be used as an intervention when something happens in a workshop that needs to be resolved.
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Rightbraining
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Deserted Island The Deserted Island Method is a good warm-up for a idea generating session. It starts the process of creative thinking by creating alternative solutions to surviving on a deserted island with limited resources.
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Different Directions To generate a number of different directions an idea or action can take and to experience excitement about developing new ideas.
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Active Replay: Clarifying What Happened Clarifying what happened by 1. keeping everyone in the group informed about what others were doing (especially where a group has split into smaller units during an activity) 2. informing others outside the group about a group event (or possibly just to update the trainer following an independent exercise) 3. reconstructing a distant or complex event (to help people recall and relive the facts and feelings of an event)
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Active Replay: Investigating What Happened Investigating What Happened: 1. Awareness-raising (bringing out different points of view and disagreements; 2. Focusing on issues which participants have found difficult to recognise or confront during the activity 3. Analysing a problem (similar to reconstructing the scene of a crime)
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Delphi Method Decision making structured in different rounds
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Brainstorming To generate many ideas in a group setting
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