The ‘Go’ Moment in Complex Collaboration [Video]

by Andrea Chong on July 12, 2011

How often do hundreds of people from various walks of life take action at a moment’s notice?

Whenever a clear common purpose is established and passionate people are engaged in true collaboration.

When people are truly passionate about what they are working towards in a collaborative system, they jump on the opportunity to offer their views and to better the current situation. People go straight to work.

Whenever we start a large complex systems engagement, the instruction given to participants to take action is ‘GO’.  Some of our clients get nervous that no-one will move — but without fail, at the sound of ‘GO’, participants step up to the plate and engage in the collaborative system. There is always action.

At a recent event one of our team members (experiencing a ‘Go’ moment for the first time) described the feeling in the room as “absolutely incredible!”  Below is this ‘Go’ Moment, as well as the outcomes and collaborative actions that resulted.

(Pour la version en français - cliquez ici)

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