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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Dialogue Mapping Talk

Will be attending.

CSIG (Cognitive Systems Institute Group) Talk - July 25, 2019 -10:30-11am US Eastern  

Talk Title: Dialogue Mapping with IBIS for More Productive Meetings  Speaker: Paul Fernhout, Software Developer 

Abstract: Tens of billions of US dollars a year are wasted on unproductive unfun meetings. Worse, even "productive" meetings sometimes fail to consider a diversity of opinions and so produce suboptimal decisions (e.g. Fukushima Daiichi's seawall height). How can Cognitive Systems help people make better decisions in meetings more quickly?  How can we help people with strong disagreements collaborate in mapping landscape of possibilities in a fun way?  One option is to visualize the thinking going on in a meeting using Dialog Mapping(TM) developed by Jeff Conklin and associates, which visualizes discussions using the Issue-Based Information Systems (IBIS) grammar consisting  of Issues/Questions, Options/Answers, and supporting Pros & Cons. This talk will explain more about Dialogue Mapping and (hopefully) provide a live demonstration. 

Bio: Paul Fernhout is passionate about helping people collaborate to make better decisions more quickly using computers. He has worked  as a software developer on decision-support projects for a wide variety of organizations ranging from non-profits to multi-nationals to  governments, as well as on independent FOSS projects with his wife related to educational simulations, evolutionary design tools,  information organizers, and Participative Narrative Inquiry. He has also written about technology and social change. 

Zoom meeting Link: https://zoom.us/j/7371462221; Zoom Call in: (415) 762-9988 or (646) 568-7788 Meeting id 7371462221 

Zoom International Numbers: https://zoom.us/zoomconference 
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Via Karolyn Schalk,    Susan Malaika

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