Monthly Archives: July 2013

The value of ‘tweaking’: the real learning from best practice

In all my years of urban regeneration, working in the community and in organisations I was encouraged to learn from best practice, and often tried to transfer it wholesale into the day job or project. Often this was from pressure of Government policy, senior management and requirements from funders for the publication of best practice

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The importance of thinking time: tips for working more effectively

– Plato Recently, I was preparing a workshop on organisation development using the OD philosophy Appreciative Inquiry, that builds on the strengths and successes of organisations. A key part of the workshop was the importance of co-creating and co-designing solutions to challenges. As I thought about the content and approach, I began to reflect on the

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