We believe in the power of intentional process design and facilitation to solve complex problems.
One key element of our work is based on the MGTaylor models, both as design templates for creating multi-stakeholder journeys towards concrete outcomes, as well as diagnostic or auditing tools to understand the current and/or future state of a situation, challenge, intention.
Given the state of our planet and the complexity of humanity as a driving force in it, The Value Web’s aim is to create a future by design, and not default, which is now, more important than ever.
The question, How do practitioners become better at facilitating change in service of humanity? led TVW to invite Rob Evans and Matt Taylor to share their insight on the models featured in their new book “Models,” (models drawn by Kelvy Bird.) They explained how these models allow groups to navigate this complexity together.
We therefore started monthly conversations about exactly that: exploring the MGTaylor models, sharing experiences and discussing their application to areas of great need.
Many Value Web members have already joined into these calls and we also invited non-members to participate to expand the brainpower in the discussion and share our knowledge. We were excited to welcome Matt Taylor on the past two calls who shared his stories with us. Stay tuned for more news as we plan to share the transcripts of the calls.
Note: Rob Evans has been the key initiator in writing up all the work of MGTaylor into the Collaboration Code.
You find more info here:THE COLLABORATION CODE™ books