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Friday, July 7 • 16:00 - 17:30
Massive Small, a toolkit for 'Radical incrementalists'

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This workshop will present urban development as an art form in the context of complexity. It will clarify the part we play in influencing how our cities develop, with a focus on how we communicate with each other and build creative resilient relationships.
At the micro level it is the quality of these relationships that determine whether or not projects go ahead and how successful they become. Reconfiguring the adversarial touch points we experience in urban development processes is key.
The workshop will be interactive, using forum theatre as a way to explore the dynamics at play when confronted with challenging and complex situations. The facilitators of the workshop will be playing out the scenes and inviting the participants to come with insight and strategies to test out.
Whatever your role or position, you will walk away with a fresh insight into the possibilities within urban development and a few handy communication tools to get to work with right away.

***Massive Small : une trousse à outils pour les partisans radicaux de l'incrémentalisme*** 

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Campbell

Andrew Campbell

Executive Director, Massive Small
With an academic background in leadership, sustainability and complex systems, Andrew Campbell is focused on finding opportunities and leverage points that can contribute to the global transition towards sustainability. | He leads the Massive Small Collective, an interdisciplinary change making... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Eisenmann

Sarah Eisenmann

Consulting
Human centric and participatory approaches in leadership, technology and business are her passion. Therefore she works in consulting, writing, facilitating and speaking around these topics. With OuiShare, she fosters social models based on collaboration, openness, and decentraliz... Read More →
avatar for Chris McCormick

Chris McCormick

Massive Small
Chris is passionate about creating lasting change in the processes that form our built environment. He has lived and worked in four different capital cities, largely in the property and construction industry. More recently he has worked with interpersonal communication. This has... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

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