2007年10月17日 星期三

★從〞需要〞出發

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網路上的開放空間會議分享郵件,傳來一些很棒的分享,轉貼如下:
特別喜歡:For me, need is the seed of invitation. No need,
no invitation. No invitation, no space to open.

因為有需要,所以邀請;沒有需要,就沒有邀請;沒有邀請,何來可發展的空間!
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I am a 16 year old student in the Québec City. I
have just recently moved here from New Zealand.
I am very very interested in open space technology.


My observations on Open space would be...

People who show up need to be fully
participating, I have experienced it when people
are not and i find the meeting is dead and going
no where.

We have opened space for kids between the ages of
10 and 18 years for a Creative Space we owned in
NZ and have found it very difficult at times but
have kept doing it resulting in them or (some)
of them finally getting it - which when they do
understand it is brilliant...

I was part of opening space for about 200 people
which were part of a government organisation and
thought it was great. I enjoy it a lot when
people break off into several different spaces
and you can drift from one interesting
conversation to another.
Niko Lebel
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Thanks for your observations on opening space.
We're working a fair amount with youth and kids
too, and I can't emphasize enough the importance
of getting the theme right. Open Space is
fabulous when it addresses a real and pressing
need. Youth in open space are great testers of
whether you have the initial conditions right.
In a small space as well, you will discover quite
quickly how pressing the need is.

For me, need is the seed of invitation. No need,
no invitation. No invitation, no space to open.


Chris Corregan

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