1. Journalism Engagement Framework

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    Peggy Holman's session on her Journalism Engagement Framework which she discusses at the Whidbey Island, Washington State, Open Space event "Remebering & Reclaiming Our Roots", http://whidbeyinstitute.org/event/essence-of-leading/, Friday February 13, 2015. After Peggy's introduction, Peggy and the participants reflect on the topic and the framework.

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    • WOSonOS 2013 - Spreading the OS Mojo

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      Tricia Chirumbole convened this session at the World Open Space on Open Space held at the University of South Florida Saint Petersburg, "Spreading the OS Mojo". Notes from the event can be found in the Book of Proceedings - osius.org/wosonos2013 - Go to Session #9 (Page 28).

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      • WOSonOS 2013 - Luminaries & Open Space: What works?

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        Peggy Holman convened this session at the World Open Space on Open Space held at the University of South Florida Saint Petersburg, "Luminaries & Open Space: What works?" Notes from the event can be found in the Book of Proceedings - http://osius.org/wosonos2013 - Go to Session #44 (Page 147).

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        • Harrison Owen - Opening Space for Peace & High Performance 2015 Sunday morning talk

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          Harrison Owen gave a short talk at the beginning of the day on Sunday, at the Opening Space for Peace & High Performance at the International House in New York City, 18 January 2015.

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          • Harrison Owen - Opening Space for Peace & High Performance 2015 Saturday morning talk

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            Harrison Owen gave a short talk at the beginning of the day on Saturday, at the Opening Space for Peace & High Performance at the International House in New York City, 17 January 2015.

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            • Open Space Meetings

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              A blank agenda. A circle of chairs. A complex problem. Room for multiple conversations. The Law of Two Feet. These are the typical ingredients of Open Space Meetings – a unique way of leading meetings so that they unleash the creative potential and leadership of participants. Open Space meetings are effective with any number of people and all organizations; they just require a little trust in the unknown. Participants create and manage their own agenda by pitching topics related to a specific challenge or question (like, “What are the best strategies to ensure that our organization can accomplish successful and safe transitions of care between acute care and the community?”). They then host parallel conversations that other participants are encouraged to join and move between based on their interests – the Law of Two Feet! Having co-created the agenda and been free to follow their passions, people will take responsibility very quickly for solving problems and moving into action. Seizing central control (i.e. the agenda and assignments) in this way generates commitment, action, innovation, and follow-through. It’s a great way to engage frontline staff and keep the best conversations out of the hallway. We’ll learn from the Surgical Quality Action Network’s success – it asked 170 people at its annual meeting, “What does it take to provide top surgical care in BC?” Here are some pictures of the topic pitches and resulting discussions. This Quality Café webinar was delivered on July 17, 2014, by Marlies van Dijk the Director of Clinical Improvement for the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council. About the Quality Café The Quality Café is a free one-hour lunch and learn series that takes place on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 1200 PT. Each Café features a new guest and topic related to improving quality of care. Are you passionate about improving how health care is delivered? Come to Quality Café! We invite all health care professionals, patients, organizations, and educators to join our online conversation. Register for upcoming webinars at bcpsqc.ca/learning/quality-cafe/

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              • Architectures of participation and the power of crowds

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                A brief contribution (from a distance) to the ARM Architecture Panel on "Architecture and the Future City", held for #MelbourneNow at the National Gallery of Victoria in March 2014. http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/whats-on/programs/public-programs/arm-architecture-panel-discussion-architects-and-the-future-city

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                • Art of Hosting Madrid - 22-24 Noviembre 2013

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                  Art of Hosting en español en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1382979611949724/ Equipo de hosts: Magda Barceló, Ana Arrabé, Carlotta Cataldi (facilitación gráfica) y Sole Pons. Web del Art of Hosting: www.artofhosting.org

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                  • Librarycamp UK13

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                    We hope you enjoy the new Crowdfunder video for Librarycamp UK13. Our venue for this year's Librarycamp is the brand new Library of Birmingham and the date is Saturday 30 November 2013 and tickets are free. We've raised enough cash to pay for the venue but we need to raise another £500 to pay for the catering plus we like to support the network of smaller regional Librarycamps with cash grants. This video will be part of our Crowdfunder pitch. Find out more about Librarycamp at http://www.librarycamp.co.uk and keep in contact via Twitter http://www.twitter.com/librarycamp or Facebook http://www.facebook.com/librarycamp Librarycamp UK13 is an unconference for people interested in libraries. Anyone can come and at Librarycamp participants lead the agenda – in fact, there isn’t an agenda until people make suggestions for what they’d like to talk about at the start of the day. It’s free to attend and there are no keynotes speakers. It’s open to anyone: public/private/whatever sector and you don't have to work in a library. It’s an unconference so we follow the principles of Open Space events - people can wander in and out of sessions, tweet, blog and take photos all day.

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                    • Open Space Technology :: Generi, Generazioni, Genti - Marzia Vaccari intervista Raffaella Lamberti

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                      Marzia Vaccari intervista Raffaella Lamberti in occasione dell'OST - Open Space Technology – Generi, Generazioni, Genti, di sabato 11 maggio (9,30 - 17 @ Centro delle donne, Via del Piombo 7, Bologna). La domanda su cui verte l'intervista e, contestualmente, l'incontro pubblico dell'11 maggio sulla città metropolitana e il suo statuto è: come renderla un’occasione concreta per una vita buona per tutte e tutti? Nell’area metropolitana bolognese, infatti, sono in corso da tempo grandi cambiamenti. Dal 1° Gennaio 2014 questo territorio, con i 59 comuni e il comune capoluogo che lo compongono, diverrà per legge una città metropolitana con un nuovo statuto e la possibilità di un nuovo sistema di relazioni, trasporti, servizi, regole ecc. La crisi che attraversa il Paese colpisce sui terreni più diversi quote elevate di popolazione; a maggior ragione è necessario dare voce alla cittadinanza estesa nei processi che la riguardano. L'OST è l'occasione giusta per tutti coloro che vogliono essere protagonisti della vita cittadina. Video a cura di Federica Fabbiani e Marzia Vaccari - www.women.it.

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