• Sep 22, 2021 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
  • Location: Zoom
  • Latest Activity: Sep 22


We would like to invite you to join the Business and Finance group to this session where we will like to explore strategies that push business’ cultures toward becoming social learning organizations that listen and learn (and transform) from their stakeholders. 

Business and Finance group member Tony Budak will introduce us to the topic, followed by conversation in an Open Space format.

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The event is a Zoom session in an 'open space' context. To learn more about how open space gatherings are done, please see one or more of the following:

The session will open with centering in group presence and check-in. The agenda will then be defined by session attendees collectively. The cohosts will facilitate this process, including scheduling the agenda items for discussion. Centering, check-in, and setting the agenda should take about 30-minutes, followed by two 40-minute discussions about the items on the agenda. The number of attendees will guide how that will be done, e.g., using breakout rooms or not. A short break will follow the opening centering and check-in, and another will be taken between the two discussion sessions.

The day before the event (on 17 August 2021), the Zoom link will be sent to all who select "Going" or "Interested." 

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