In this episode, we have a conversation with Sam Kaner and Nelli Noakes from Community at Work in San Francisco. Sam Kaner is the senior author of Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision-Making. In 2006, Sam was named “one of the world’s leading experts in collaboration. Nelli Noakes is a practicing systems change consultant and is much sought after for her skillful approach to the diagnosis, design and facilitation of multi-stakeholder collaboration. In 2018, we participated in their very inspiring training: "Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration- Strategies, design principles and best practices". We talk with Sam and Nelli about what it is that makes multi-stakeholder collaborations so complex, how we can handle diverse perspectives, the importance of having a shared aspiration, the risk with early consensus, "collaboration literacy", and groan zone.
04/08/19 • 34 min
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