One to Many Few to Few Many to Many
They communicate to the next
TWO LOOPS MODEL
1. Be present.
Focus on what you’re doing right now and pay
aBenCon to what is being said and done.
2. There are no mistakes.
Only invitaCons to learn and build
3. Be open to what is said.
NoCce any reacCons you might have to what’s
being said and think about what you might
learn if you try a new perspecCve.
4. Serve the good of the whole.
Always consider, "How might I best serve this
situaCon to achieve our shared purpose?"
5. Yes and ...
Fully accept what is happening and what is
being oﬀered, and add a NEW piece of
informaCon -‐ allow things to move forward
and stay generaCve.
Inspired by 7 Basic Improv Principles with thanks to Michelle James (crea.veemergence.com)
DOING SOMETHING GOOD creative jammin’ principles
What does scaling innova.on mean to you? What might
it look like for you and your organisa.on?
“The important and diﬃcult job is never to ﬁnd
the right answers, it is to ﬁnd the right ques.ons.
For there are few things as useless -‐ if not
dangerous -‐ as the right answer to the wrong
-‐ Peter Drucker, The Prac.ce of Management
If we are to lay the founda.ons for a future where the
Victorian community sport sector is thriving, what other
ques.ons do we need to ask ourselves and each other?
OPEN SPACE: FIVE PRINCIPLES
1. WHOEVER COMES IS THE RIGHT PEOPLE
2. WHENEVER IT STARTS IS THE RIGHT TIME
3. WHEREVER IT HAPPENS IS THE RIGHT PLACE
4. WHATEVER HAPPENS IS THE ONLY THING THAT
COULD HAVE HAPPENED
5. WHEN IT’S OVER IT’S OVER
OPEN SPACE: ONE LAW
THE LAW OF TWO FEET: IF YOU FIND YOURSELF
NEITHER LEARNING OR CONTRIBUTING, USE YOUR
TWO FEET AND CHANGE SESSIONS…