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Methods to improve knowledge sharing
Below is a list of excercises that will support the dialogue and knowledge sharing in your meeting:
Questions for the speaker
Purpose: To foster reflection and questioning of the audience.
Two free consultants
Purpose: To let people take advantage of each other's knowledge.
Input to own projects
Purpose: To provide participants with a special opportunity to use what they have just learned or heard, in their own practice.
Purpose: • To get into more detail on a topic and get it tested in different group constellations. • That the participants meet each other. • That as many as possible get their voices heard.
Group exercise instructions
Purpose: To keep the conversation in groups on track.
Purpose: To provide interested participants with the opportunity to speak to the lecturer and other participants who are particularly interested in this topic.
Purpose: To ensure that participants are involved and that they use their knowledge, instead of simply informing participants.
The summary matrix is a method to make the participants think about what they have gained from a workshop or seminar. Through the exercise, accept and learning is increased.
Purpose: To explore each other’s experience from different angles and make the participants talk together.
Purpose: To gain new knowledge about each other, to make everyone engage in the subject and make everyone go out on the floor.
Pick a Brain
Purpose: to spread good examples and to be inspired by the skilled/most experienced.
Purpose: to be able to talk about things that are difficult, to help each other finding solutions and to make the participants talk together.
Purpose: to make new ideas, to build on each other’s ideas and to give more people ownership to the ideas.
Purpose: to make the participants decide what they wish the outcome of the meeting to be, to make the participants talk together and to get a picture of the expectations of the participants.
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