|To develop an organizational culture that supports iterative reflection and learning, individuals need opportunities to share data, insights, and experiences with others. The way that learning and reflection sessions are designed and implemented can enable or inhibit the meaningful sharing of ideas and collective problem-solving. From quick informal 20-minute activities (i.e Mental Model Drawings and Think-Pair-Share) to systems-thinking and participatory methods for learning (i.e. Timeline Mapping, Actor Mapping, and Appreciative Inquiry), this guide highlights several approaches for designing and facilitating high-energy, inclusive, and meaningful reflection sessions.
Some connection points to RBP include: