From Tim Merry, Dec.8, 2011:
Reply from Rainer:
Addition from Stephen:
This sounds like a really interesting piece.
My sense is that proaction cafe gets its power from the diversity of perspectives and "cross regional" perspectives might be valuable. I wonder if it would be possible to share the stepping up opportunities across the regions, allow the diverse interaction and then aggregate each group of projects into regions at the end - for a region specific conversation about the combined impact of the group of projects?
Might it be a shame to almost limit the diversity and rich interaction by breaking into regions too early?
I'd love to hear about your final design and how it all goes.
And Bob from Japan with a new teak:
I don't know if this fits at all with what you're doing, Tim, but we've been experimenting with an interesting Pro-Action Cafe variation in Japan.
An experience of working with a large group by Monica:
And finally Tim again - after the event: