Some advice please

Sheila T. Isakson isakson at
Wed Aug 4 13:28:28 PDT 1999

Hi, Peg!
      I believe that there is a small market for the CD set.  Like Romy,
I am concerned that this CD set not be considered as a replacement for
the face-to-face training.  Who knows, when OST really takes off, there
might me more demand for refresher/updates for those who have
participated in the training.  I imagine it as a nice way to prepare
oneself to open a space.  As this community evolves, I am certain that
these CD's will be a valuable resource.  Hope this helps.

On Tue, 3 Aug 1999 17:50:01 -0700 Peg Holman <pholman at EMAIL.MSN.COM>
>When Harrison came to Seattle to do the Open Space Facilitation
>Workshop, we
>audio taped the sessions.  The Open Space Institute (US) will make
>material available for sale.  I'm about to go to production and want
>help in a little "market research."  What would appeal most to you?
>First, here are the options on what to provide:
>1.  1 CD for about $15-20 with Harrison talking about "The Role of
>Facilitator" and actually opening the space for a group on the theme
>"creating and sustaining learning communities"
>2.  A 5 CD set for about $60-70 with Harrison talking about:
>    a.  "The Role of the Facilitator" and actually opening the space
>for a
>group (as above)
>    b.  Opening Space for Chaos and Creativity
>    c.  The Journey of Spirit: The Adaptive Process (includes
>discussion of
>the grief work cycle)
>   d.  Opening Space for the Forms of Spirit (includes discussion of
>stages of organization transformation)
>   e.  Opening Space for Cultivating Spirit (includes discussio of the
>of stories and myths)
>3.  I don't really think there's a market for this.
>One other question: would you prefer CDs or cassette tapes?
>Please send your opinions to osi at .  I will summarize for the
>what I hear.
>Peg Holman

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