Facilitation Master Class: Advanced Collaboration Frameworks
Jonathan Clark teaches Innovation Games courses and designs and produces Innovation Games engagements across Western Europe as part of his work as an independent advisor on strategy and Innovation. Jonathan’s 20 years experience in technology and international publishing gives him deep understanding of running customer-centric businesses. He brings energy and enthusiasm into everything he does. Jonathan’s particular skill is to help people see things from new perspectives and to inspire them to make things happen.
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
18 Feb. 2016
$495 Early Bird*
$695 General Admission
$795 Early Bird*
$995 General Admission
*Early Bird ends Dec. 23, 2016. The All-Access Pass includes the Collaboration Confab and all parties and meals.
Completion of the course gives you 60 Training Credits towards your Certified Collaboration Architect (CCA) belt!
We all know that Collaboration Frameworks (a.k.a. Innovation Games / Gamestorming games) are a great way to engage groups of people around business problems. The more that we can engage participants the better the chance that we will hear something we have never heard before: hidden insights that lead us to innovative solutions. Although many of the Collaboration Frameworks virtually run themselves, the role of the facilitator is key. A skilled facilitator knows how to get the best out of any group and get the most out of the Collaboration Frameworks
This master class is designed for Innovation Games and Gamestorming facilitators who want to gain a better understanding of how group activities actually work so that they can run even more effective sessions in future. There will be ample opportunity to deal with any questions that participants have around Collaboration Frameworks and their own experiences to date.
What to Expect
The exact format of this one-day class depends entirely on the needs of the participants, although the focus will always be on how to improve the way we design, produce and facilitate group activities. The day will start by sharing the participants’ experiences with Innovation Games and Gamestorming. Expect plenty of hands-on practice after that with direct feedback and lots of opportunities to try out new skills. All in all it will be so action packed that you won't even have time to check your emails.