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Author: Harrison (ed.) Owen
ISBN: 0961820551
Pages 156 pages
Publisher Abbot Publishing; First Edition edition (1995)
Language English
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by Harrison (ed.) Owen


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Harrison Owen’s most popular book is Open Space Technology: A User's Guide. Wave Rider: Leadership for High Performance in a Self-Organizing World by. Harrison Owen.

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At the start of this thoughtful and revelatory book, Harrison Owen relates . When Now gets big, time and space open up for doing what is needed. While Open Space violates many of the traditional principles of meeting (and organizational) management, it is remarkably effective.

At the start of this thoughtful and revelatory book, Harrison Owen relates the story of how he was lunching with a senior official of the American. In the experience of Owen and thousands of people around the world who have used this technology successfully, OST expands 'Now' While Open Space violates many of the traditional principles of meeting (and organizational) management, it is remarkably effective.

Tales from Open Space by Harrison Owen Book The Cheap Fast Free Post. Open space technology is designed to be an effective, economical, fast and easily-repeatable strategy for organizing meetings of between 5 and 1000 participants. This book aims to provide a step-by-step guide to planning and running an open space event.

Open Space Technology (OST) is an effective, economical, fast, and easily repeatable strategy for organizing meetings of between 5 and 1,000 participants. First developed in 1984, it has now been used around the world with all types of organizations including corporations, community groups, government agencies, schools, and churches.

Expanding Our Now: The Story of Open Space Technology. At the start of this thoughtful and revelatory book, Harrison Owen relates the story of how he was lunching with a senior official of the American Society for Training and Development, who observed that if what Owen had just told him about Open Space Technology (OST) was true, then "95% of what we are currently doing does not need to be done.

In contrast with pre-planned conferences where who will speak at which time is scheduled often months in advance, and therefore subject to many changes, OST sources participants once they are physically present at the live event venue.

Owen Harrison is no longer just the man who wrote the book on Open Space Technology - He’s now the man who wrote the books. Expanding Our Now is Harrison’s second crack at explaining the organizational theory he developed after watching a celebration in an African village

Owen Harrison is no longer just the man who wrote the book on Open Space Technology - He’s now the man who wrote the books. Expanding Our Now is Harrison’s second crack at explaining the organizational theory he developed after watching a celebration in an African village. Basically the theory boils down to this: A group will organize itself to solve a specific problem if you sit everyone in a circle and get out of the way. The nuts-and-bolts of this process were described in Harrison’s earlier, Open Space Technology: A User’s Guide

Tales from Open Space is a serious book by serious people. You will find, however, that it is more of a travel log than an academic discourse. There is a good reason. The discovery of Open Space is an ongoing journey, pursued by many people in many lands. The final destination is nowhere in sight and indeed there is every reason to believe that the trip is just barely getting under way. Nobody owns it, nobody can claim full credit for its discovery. Open Space is truly the product of many multiple efforts and aspirations.