[OSList] seeking contact for https://osacon.com/

Mark Sheffield via OSList oslist at lists.openspacetech.org
Tue Sep 5 05:51:24 PDT 2017

		Jean -
I am the facilitator for tomorrow's OSACON. 
The Open Space experience is best when each person has their own ticket and connects individually. Doing so makes it easier for each person to see and be seen in the video and to follow the Law of Two Feet independently.


Mark Sheffield
mark.sheffield at triadtechnologysolutions.com

Book: The OpenSpace Agility Handbook
From: Daniel Mezick via OSList <oslist at lists.openspacetech.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 6:27 AM
Subject: Re: [OSList] seeking contact for https://osacon.com/
To:  <oslist at lists.openspacetech.org>


Hi Jean,    

I am one of the organizers of the OSACON (Opening Space for      Agility) conference event happening this coming Wednesday-      tomorrow. 

Yes, you can buy multiple tickets, and when you do the system      will ask for the details (name email etc) of each person for each      ticket you buy. I just tested it to make sure it works for you.      Send me an email if you have any questions OK?



      Those of you unfamiliar with the event can learn more and consider      attending here: www.OSACON.com
      It's an **online** Open Space aimed at applying Open Space (or      better) at improving current results with Agile. 

(a rather large and growing opportunity for improvement.)
      The event also provides a primary way for people to find and meet      each other.
      The theme of tomorrow's event is "Opening space for emerging      greatness"
      Here's one way to translate this theme:
              Opening Space: “affording and accommodating        open discussion and open dialogue.”      Emerging: “to come into view” or “become        apparent”      Greatness: “the abundance of goodness” (hat        tip to Jim McCarthy for this definition.)        

So we might macro-expand this Theme, to say:    

“…Affording and accommodating open discussion and open        dialogue, for the abundance of goodness to come into view, or        become apparent”          What does it take to get to          legitimately GREAT results in an Agile context? What are the          markers and characteristics?       How do you know when the Agile is          legitimately great?                             The wider question of course is          “how do we to get there?”.
              That’s the subject of this event.
          You are invited! I hope to see you there!
          Wishing a nice day to all!
    On 9/4/17 2:39 PM, Jean Richardson via      OSList wrote:

I just registered for the OSACON on 9/6.  I          am trying to find an organizer who can tell me whether I can          host multiple people co-located with me on my ticket.  Anyone          here know anyone there?        




--- Jean        






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