How often do initiatives in your team, or community organization grind to a halt? Often, people don't have time, nobody joins the initiative or the purpose isn't clear.
How does this help your team?
The Liberating Structure ‘Purpose-to-Practice’ (P2P) is a great start for every initiative. For example a team kickoff, a new project, or the start of a new user group. Each of these initiatives will increase their chance of success by having a shared purpose. The first step of P2P is to define this purpose together. From there, P2P covers other essential elements— principles, participants, structure, and practices — that are designed to help achieve that purpose. Because everyone is involved in defining these essential elements, you ensure a shared understanding and encourage self-organization.
What do you receive?
- A large PDF with the flow of Purpose-to-Practice, ready for printing and sharing;
- A detailed description of Purpose-to-Practice.
- A practical example of how we used Purpose-to-Practice with the Dutch Liberating Structures User Group.
- We developed this fully tried-and-tested string of Liberating Structures to actually do a Purpose-to-Practice with your group.