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[ event ] Design 4 Resilience event April 10th sponsored by Shareable

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  • rachelmmurray
    Hi fellow FutureSalonists, There s an event coming up of interest to those who attend Future Salons - it s being run by Shareable.net, a great blog which deals
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 13, 2010
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      Hi fellow FutureSalonists,

      There's an event coming up of interest to those who attend Future Salons - it's being run by Shareable.net, a great blog which deals with a lot of the same topics that the Future Salons deal with.

      Hope to see you there!


      (helping to do a little social media outreach for the event)


      site: http://shareable.net/blog/design-4-resilience-thriving-in-an-uncertain-world
      registration: http://d4r.eventbrite.com/


      Have you ever wondered what qualities enable certain people, organizations or communities to thrive despite unexpected challenges?

      D4R is a full-day exploration of resilience as a strategy for thriving in an uncertain world. And a call to action to prepare for the crises and opportunities unfolding today.

      D4R will empower you to explore resilience through a combination of presentations and workshops (in Open Space format). As an Open Space participant, you'll collaborate with innovators from the social enterprise, design thinking, transition town, network science, local economy, urban planning, green evangelical, open source, public media, and positive psychology communities to create a unique, cross-sector learning experience.

      At D4R, you'll:

      * Add resilience thinking to your strategy toolbox

      * Build relationships across sectors by learning with diverse participants

      * Take home valuable insights to apply in your life and work.

      D4R is a must for those managing dramatic change in business and civil society, and are determined to thrive on the challenge.

      D4R will be the first all-day event at Hub SoMa, a new co-working and events center for social enterprise located where the SF Chronicle's presses used to be. D4R will be the first in a series of events culminating in a D4R presence at SOCAP10. This is your invitation to inaugurate the D4R community.

      WHERE: Hub SoMa, 901 Mission Street, San Francisco. #D4R on Twitter. Check the pre-event blogging and day-of livestream at http://shareable.net/tag/d4r

      WHEN: April 10th, 2010, 8:30-5:00

      HOW: Our speakers will talk about design thinking, resilience, and the commons in the morning to set the context. The afternoon will be Open Space. You're encouraged to facilitate a session on a topic of choice rethinking it from a resilience perspective.

      If you're interested in sponsoring D4R, please contact Neal Gorenflo, neal at shareable dot net.



      8:30 WELCOME: Neal Gorenflo, Shareable.net

      8:40 Resilience Thinking, Harald Katzmair, Ph.d, CEO of FAS.research

      8:55 Resilience & the Commons, Neal Gorenflo, Shareable.net

      9:10 Design Thinking, Stephanie Smith, founder, WeCommune.com

      9:30 Q & A

      10:00 Structured networking faciliated by Jerry Michalski of Sociate.com and our MC for the day

      10:30 BREAK

      11:30 OPEN SPACE INTRODUCTION, Jerry Michalski

      All tracks are decided on by participants. You're strongly encouraged to facilitate a track on a topic that you're passionate about linking it to resilience. DELICIOUS BOX LUNCH PROVIDED to take into sessions.

      12:30 - 1:20 Track 1

      1:30 - 2:20 Track 2

      2:30 - 3:20 Track 3

      3:30 BREAK

      4:00 RECONVENE ASSEMBLY FOR DISCUSSION, facilitated by Jerry Michalski

      5:00 WRAP UP

      5:30-7:00 CASH BAR RECEPTION (at a nearby restaurant, TBD)



      FAS.research, The Idea Hive, Sociate.com, Hub Soma, SOCAP10, Shareable.net


      The Green Arcade, Open Collaboration Encyclopedia, clear-bits, shapeshifters, Greater Good Science Center, The Sharing Solution, Independent Arts & Media
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