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SDDP - Closing the “values gap” Tentative, provisional, straw man for discussion [email protected] Version 1.0 2a New members obtain & study book Harness collective Wisdom & Power 6 2b 3 4 5 1 7 Co-Lab 1A Triggering question Select stakeholders Define & assign roles

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SDDP - Closing the “values gap”Tentative, provisional, straw man for discussion

[email protected]

Version 1.0

2a

New members obtain & study book Harness collective Wisdom & Power

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2b

3

4

5

1

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Co-Lab 1A

Triggering question

Select stakeholders

Define & assign roles

Design & agree work-plan & schedule

Set up web site

Co-Lab 1B

Triggering question

Collecting factors by web site

Webinar

Co-Lab 1C

Triggering question

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Report

Clustering

Entering votes in CogniScope

Entering factors in CogniScope

Clarifying factors via web site

Voting via web site

Synchronous structuring in CogniScope

KMT Activities Participants activities Participants face to face activities (none included so far)

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Based on similar work shown in:

http://effectiveteaching.wikispaces.com/5+Essential+Steps and

http://sunsite.utk.edu/FINS/loversofdemocracy/HO_Planetary_Dialogue.pdf

Step 1: Select a group of stakeholders interested in an issue.

Step 2a: New members obtain & study the book which explains the whole process: “Harness collective Wisdom & Power”

Step 2b: Identify Knowledge Management Team (KMT).Identify a member of the group that is willing to play the role of the Leader in terms of availability to interact directly with the (KMT), which is responsible for managing the structured dialogue via the virtual CoLaboratory.**** For best use of group time, it is crucial to define roles and assign responsibilities before proceeding to later steps.****

Step 3: Design & agree work-plan & schedule

Step 4: KMT set up web site

Step 5: All stakeholders participate in a 2-hour (??) Webinar that will - orient everyone to the use of the method. - introduce the technology (we should strive to get the language right for the group that will use the process}

- introduce the subject of "values Clarification" and "theories of action" as used in the LoD Values Clarification Matrix, http://sunsite.utk.edu/FINS/loversofdemocracy/Democracy_Game.htm#ANT

Step 6: The team leader frames, in collaboration with the KMT, a "triggering question" appropriate for the issue selected for focused and open dialogue among the team of stakeholders.

Step 7-12: Team members are engaged "asynchronously" for approximately x?? hours in rounds of "generative dialogue," and rounds of valuation of the proposals. The x?? hours of group dialogue can be spread over a week or more, depending on the issue and the availability of the participants to interact asynchronously.

The group responds to the triggering question by entering their statements into a customized online Wiki website. The KMT is responsible for time management during the engagement and for organizing the knowledge generated by the stakeholders. The KMT does not interfere with the content of the issue. Team members are also engaged in voting on the relative importance of the statements generated in Rounds One and Two.

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Step 13: Team members are engaged "synchronously," either in the same place or different places, for approximately three?? hours in a strategic dialogue responding to pair-wise questions displayed on a common screen, or on each individual's computer screen by means of a web linkage, and a voice teleconference connection. (Choice of technology is yet to be established).

The KMT is responsible for facilitating the SYNCHRONOUS structured dialogue of the stakeholders during this strategic dialogue taking place from either the same place or different places at the same time. The decision on how to best engage the stakeholders in the synchronous dialogue depends on the availability of the stakeholders to travel to same location and/or the availability of resources for the travel expenses.

Step 14: The KMT produces a report and posts on the web site for all stakeholders.

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Possible Co-Laboratory 1ATree of decision making A / Pivotal Component A. A SYSTEM OF SOCIAL INTERACTION

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Possible Co-Laboratory 1BTree of decision making B / Pivotal Component B.

A SYSTEM OF INFORMATION & KNOWLEDGE UTILIZATION

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Possible Co-Laboratory 1CTree of decision making C / Pivotal Component C.

A SYSTEM OF PSYCHOCULTURAL PERCEPTION

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The Design and Development Frame

Dialogue is initiated by a triggering question to insure careful focus of group interaction.

Two ?? different types of Co-laboratories, each with a triggering question, are proposed:

Co-laboratory type IA, 1B, 1C:Identify the “values gap” for each of the three decision trees

“What is the “Current Situation" and "Desired Future? “

Co-laboratory type IIA, IIB, IIC:Identify the barriers to closing the "values-gap” for each of the three decision trees.

What are the barriers we need to overcome to close the "values-gap”.

Based on some ideas shown in http://sunsite.utk.edu/FINS/loversofdemocracy/HO_Planetary_Dialogue.pdf

Fig. 2: The Hasan Özbekhan Planetary Dialogue,

Design and Development Frame

Co-Laboratory IV.

Platform for Circles of Interlinked Dialogue

Diagram to be amended in line with this series of Co-Laboratories

A similar diagram is shown in http://cyprusmedia.

wetpaint.com/page/SDDP+Report

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Some useful references

http://sunsite.utk.edu/FINS/loversofdemocracy/HO_Planetary_Dialogue.pdf

http://cyprusmedia.wetpaint.com/page/SDDP+Report

Draft working schedule for SDDP Co-Laboratory - closing the values gap.ppt


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