“Open Space Technology” is the name given to a meeting without a predetermined agenda. Developed in the late eighties by Harrison Owen this meeting methodology is now used around the world as an effective process for facilitating change in both organizational and community settings.

This is a technique for any situation in which there is:

– A real issue of concern
– Diversity of players
– Complexity of elements
– Presence of passion (including conflict)
– A need for a quick decision

Open Space can be used in groups of 10 to 1000 – and probably larger. It’s important to give enough time and space for several sessions to occur. The outcomes can be dramatic when a group uses its passion and responsibility – and is given enough time – to make something happen.

If you are interested in hosting an event using Open Space Technology contact us on 023 8847001.