Open Space Technology
Open Space Technology is a simple way to run productive meetings for anywhere from 5 to 5,000 people and a powerful way to lead any kind of organization in everyday practice and extraordinary change.
In these processes, employees, managers and communities feel involved and are encouraged to express themselves in an authentic and a meaningful way.
Open Space technology is an efficient way to create a meaningful gathering and conduct an open and fair dialogue regarding specific issues. It enables individuals to raise ideas , carry out decisions and make commitments. This technology supports the creativity and leadership that each participant has and creates an opportunity to discuss important and meaningful issues on a variety of topics.
This approach was developed in the United States by Harrison Owen and has been implemented in many countries. The methodology is designed to work with small and large groups.
Tmurot’s consulting staff was trained by Harrison Owen himself and has acquired extensive experience using this technology in Israel.