Collective Impact Approach

John Kania and Mark Kramer (2011) identified the five conditions of collective success in their approach for Collective Iimpact.

Transformative Scenario Planning

Adam Kahane’s model is used for multi-stakeholder gatherings that focus not on what will happen or what should happen, but what could happen. It is intended to transform four things; the groups understanding of the situation they are facing, the relationships between actors, the intentions of those actors and their actions.

Three-horizons model

Tony Hodgson and Bill Sharp in conjunction with the International Futures Forum to guide conversations around transitions in technology

Iceberg Model

The iceberg model of systems thinking is a way of understanding the origin of a problem. The core concept of systems thinking is to help you see under the hood of structures, groups, organizations, and spot what are the real incentives.

3 and 4D Mapping

We have adapted 4D Mapping from Otto Sharmers U-Lab. In Social Presencing Theater, the word theater is used in connection to its root meaning – a place where something significant becomes visible, or where a community of people can see a shared experience.

Stakeholder Mapping

Stakeholder mapping identifies stakeholders in the space and how we should engage them. Stakeholder maps help us to identify important stakeholders in the space and how we should engage them.

3D Mapping

We have adapted 3D Mapping from Otto Sharmers U-Lab to develop a shared understanding of how people fully experience the current reality of community, what they observe, think , feel and want to make happen.