[OSList] Urgency criterion?
chris.corrigan at gmail.com
Thu Oct 10 07:48:04 PDT 2019
As a rule, the more urgent the necessity and the better more that it is understood and shared by the participants, the more successful the meeting is. This is true of any participatory process and it’s why I spend about three quarters of my time working with clients on invitation. Invest in the invitation and the process looks after itself.
> On Oct 10, 2019, at 7:43 AM, Barry Owen via OSList <oslist at lists.openspacetech.org> wrote:
> My 1st thought: Don't confuse "Important" with "urgent". I feel that Urgency is often vague . . . So I tend to focus more on "need for resolution" - often one person's urgency deflects focus from determining the real issue.
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> Barry Owen
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>> On Thu, Oct 10, 2019, 9:32 AM Jake Yeager via OSList <oslist at lists.openspacetech.org> wrote:
>> Hey everyone,
>> In your experience, how critical is the urgency criterion for having a successful OST event? If there is significant passion around the issue, but it is not very urgent, will an OST event still be successful?
>> All the best,
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