Audiocast 1 – Why Whatever Happened Might Have Happened Differently – A controversial look at the Open Space principle: Whatever happened is the only thing that could have happened, and why it isn’t true.
Audiocast 2 – One Less thing to do. Harrison Owen suggests we should always look for one less thing to do. In Open Space, this guards against over-elaboration of the process. Here, Paul Levy suggests something radical that might shock you!
Audiocast 3 – Against Convergence. More and more Open Space facilitators are adding on a convergence process to the end of an Open Space event. This usually involves an attempt to harvest actions from the day, to prioritise and to “close down” to action. Here, Paul Levy pleas for faith in self-organisation and offers an alternative to facilitated convergence.