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The Collaboratory is a handbook for those interested in making change happen: experienced or aspiring practitioners in all fields of change. This book is about empowering ordinary people to make a difference in the world by providing a simple-to-use process methodology on how to engage stakeholders around a burning issue. It features for the first time an overview of the many philosophies, approaches, and theories that have shaped the change-maker community in the past four decades. The book offers countless examples of how such a Collaboratory can work in many different settings in education, business, NGO, and social enterprise communities and for groups of engaged citizens. This groundbreaking collection of ideas explores these Collaboratories and offers practical recommendations and benefits to readers interested in working in this way.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-xvi(16)
Author: Muff, Katrin

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Introduction
pp. 1-8(8)
Author: Muff, Katrin

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Defining the collaboratory
pp. 9-15(7)
Author: Muff, Katrin

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The 50+20 origin of the collaboratory
pp. 16-25(10)
Authors: Muff, Katrin; Dyllick, Thomas; Drewell, Mark; North, John; Shrivastava, Paul; Haertle, Jonas

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The social lab revolution
pp. 26-30(5)
Author: Hassan, Zaid

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The collaboratory methodology at the Rio+20 conference
pp. 31-38(8)
Author: Muff, Katrin

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Enabling the transformative journey: The DesignShop
pp. 39-46(8)
Author: Burck, Bill

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Facilitating a collaborative space
pp. 47-57(11)
Authors: Burck, Bill; Rüger, Svenja; Frick, Patrick; Williamson, Aaron; Serikoff, Grégoire

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Creating collaboratories in society
pp. 58-68(11)
Author: Hassan, Zaid

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Inviting stakeholders to engage
pp. 69-75(7)
Author: Rennie, Caroline

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Creating and holding a space: Learning circles
pp. 76-84(9)
Author: Blainey, Janette

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Whole person learning
pp. 85-91(7)
Author: Maxwell, Claire

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Stepping into the emerging future: Principles of Theory U
pp. 101-111(11)
Author: Scharmer, Otto

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The collaboratory in the classroom: Bentley University
pp. 125-133(9)
Author: Buono, Anthony

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Students leading collaboratories: University of St. Gallen
pp. 134-149(16)
Authors: Dyllick, Thomas; Muff, Katrin

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Creating connection, conversations, and courage: The Exeter collaboratory
pp. 150-161(12)
Authors: Bagnall, Jackie; Hickman, Stephen

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Regional organizational change: Community-building in action
pp. 171-185(15)
Author: Mirvis, Philip

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Transforming collaborative institutions: Australian business schools
pp. 186-192(7)
Authors: Blass, Eddie; Hayward, Peter

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Long-term stakeholder engagement: Initiatives of Change in Caux
pp. 193-210(18)
Author: Gardiner, Louie

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A meta-collaboratory: The Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative
pp. 211-226(16)
Authors: North, John; Aspling, Anders

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Designing a collaboratory: A narrative roadmap
pp. 227-245(19)
Author: Muff, Katrin

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Differences from other facilitation approaches
pp. 246-251(6)
Authors: Blass, Eddie; Hayward, Peter

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Concluding summary
pp. 252-270(19)
Author: Muff, Katrin

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Free Content Supplementary Material
pp. 271-284(14)
Author: Muff, Katrin

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