A look through my site log led me to this posting by Chris Corrigan. Chris does Open Space facilitation and gets people demanding evidence of its results.

What started to pick at my thinking was this implicit assumption that if something does not immediately change things in a controlled and predictable way, then it has no value. And so I crafted a long response to this problem this morning, which I reproduce here.

If you can give yourself five minutes, it’s worth reading.

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  1. Ton's Interdependent Thoughts

    Immediate Value

    John Moore points to this very good post by Chris Corrigan on the divide between people who demand immediate showable value from actions, and the ones who concentrate on the process. Where is that value? In the experience in the…


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