Join us for an exploration of how the production role has evolved, and how new tools and community needs are changing how we think about deliverables . 

HOSTS: TVW Members Sunshine BenBelkacem & Mike Fleisch

Session notes & recording available here.

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Americas
8-9:30am PDT/Los Angeles
10-11:30am CDT/Chicago
11-12:30pm EDT/New York

EMEA
16:00-17:30 BST/London
17:00-18:30 CEST/Paris
18:00-19:30 EAT/Nairobi
19:00-20:30 GST/Dubai

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Our Workshop

The role of production in the MGTaylor methodology is central and critical to the success of a workshop. Join us as we explore the following:

  • best practices and tools for organizing, capturing and processing iterative  work 
  • Creating and sharing value with data and metadata
  • Deliverables as past record, present moment, and future platform
  • how does the role of documentation change in light of how we have worked for the last 2.5 years virtually?
  • a list of tools that are interesting (gather town, butter, qico, MURAL/MIRO, Microsoft 360).
  • What do individuals and communities really want and need around collaboration deliverables?

Our Hosts

Upon joining the working world, SunShine BenBelkacem realized she was meant to be a problem solver using design thinking and drawing. No wall, whiteboard, or piece of paper has been safe since. She is a member of The Value Web and currently serves as a Director of the board at The International Forum of Visual Practitioners and a graphic facilitator with 25 years of experience. Born in France, SunShine studied Literature and Political Science in the U.S. 

A member of dpict and The Value Web, Mike Fleisch designs and facilitates collaborative work with organizations and communities across the world. He continues to support the Global Commons Alliance and other transformative networks as a design strategist and systems facilitator. He has co-authored several published papers on video games, serves on multiple boards, patented a modular environment system, founded a space for art and assembly in Cincinnati, and has been an artist-in-residence and cultural contributor to Hilobrow.com. Mike is grateful for this time with his wife and three sons.

Photo by Tim Bish on Unsplash.com

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