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RSA workshop using creative methods

On 19 February 2009, we ran a workshop for the RSA - the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce - to think through how its 27,000 Fellows might find new ways to connect, collaborate, and work on projects together.

In this one, the materials were Lego and Plasticine (plus some objects that some of the participants had brought along to represent their aspirations for the network). The process was faster than we typically do, and somewhat difficult to handle with four groups working simultaneously!

But it seemed to go pretty well. Here is a video which mostly focuses on the method and process - including examples of the metaphorical models, explained by the participants.

Alternatively you can view this video on YouTube direct.

See also:

Workshop report by Leon Cych
Detailed blog post with photos and videos about each model
Workshop report by Tessy Britton
Another blog post about the workshop
Other reports
Other links on the OpenRSA wiki
RSA website
About the RSA

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