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Dialogue Mapping presents a powerful new approach to meetings and collaboration, in which collective intelligence is achieved through framing powerful questions and conducting a comprehensive and creative exploration of their possible answers.
In the first part of Dialogue Mapping, Jeff Conklin introduces the key concepts:
•Wicked problems: you must come up with solutions in
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Kindle Edition, 266 pages
Published December 13th 2012
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Years ago I met Paul Culmsee. He and I were speaking at a SharePoint best practices conference and we became fast friends – even though he lives halfway across the planet in Perth, Australia. Over the years we’ve had numerous early morning/late night conversations – depending upon whose side of the conversation you were on since we’re literally 12 time zones apart. Paul and I talk about quite a few topics including technology and sense making topics. However, the thing that Paul has a passion fo ...more
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