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Home Workshops Sydney 2011 Research Proposals Embedding D&D practices in organizations, government and the community

Embedding D&D practices in organizations, government and the community

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  1. Identify examples of when deliberative activities/processes in both the public and business sectors that have led to the intent or practice being embedded or institutionalised (the way we do business around here).
  2. What are the characteristics/conditions that can be identified from those examples that created the embedding/the change.

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P2 Practitioner
Really pleased to see this research proposal get up Kimbra. Embedding the practice in our culture is the what needs to happen for our well-being on so many levels. All the best with the research.
Barbara Chappell , 06 Feb 2011 11:27 AM
many voices, one community
I agree, the study circles in Lynchburg, VA are an excellent model for others to follow..
CindyB , 06 Feb 2011 06:16 AM
teacher - School of Government, UNC-Chapel Hill
If this moves forward, two communities with regularized study circles - Lynchburg, VA and Portsmouth, NH would be good candidates for study.
JB Stephens , 04 Feb 2011 11:25 PM

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