Open Space Technology

Motivating commitment to change and business improvement

Open Space events are designed to involve groups of staff in a shared process of developing and evaluating initiatives which will contribute to the successful achievement of agreed organisational goals and targets. The process starts by agreeing in advance the organisational targets and improvement areas. Context and purpose is vitally important to ensure that the Open Space event takes the desired direction.

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Group Size:
30 - 500
4h - 8h
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Open Space Technology

Interactive and engaging events that motivate commitment to change and foster ideas for business improvement.

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Retrospective, Messages, team Development

How It Works

At the heart of the Open Space process is a facilitated workshop which brings people together with the objective of applying their energy and creativity to a defined purpose. The event is demanding, exciting, stimulating and memorable as the desired new culture is seen working towards its goals and targets. The energy and the outcomes generated in terms of ideas and actions are captured. Every participant leaves with a level of ownership of their part of the plan and a clear understanding of how this will impact on the future of the organisation.

Who It’s For

Open Space team development programmes are designed for groups of staff across an organisation including:

  • Cross-functional
  • Departmental
  • Stakeholder groups
  • Teams



Key Features

  • Provides a coherent definition of the goals for organisational change
  • Recruits the energy & ideas of staff into delivering against these targets
  • Participants explore aspects of change & the methods through which it will be achieved
  • Demonstrates an open & transparent management style
  • Allows management to assess the commitment, resources & capability of their people
  • Creates a network of interest groups through which improvements may be achieved & evaluated

Key Benefits

  • Implementable ideas which will contribute to business improvement at every level in the organisation
  • Interactive, fun and challenging process
  • Creates a new culture for working together and a new agenda of business improvement projects, each capable of having an influence on organisational success