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Several groups related to corporate/organizational storytelling have sprung up on LinkedIn recently (or at least have recently come to my attention). A lot of overlapping content seems to populate these groups, which confuses me a bit. The group Corporate Storytelling has been discussing The Real Reason Stories Are Important , among other topics. (You may need to join the group to see its content and discussions). On Organizational Storytelling , members are recommending readings. Storytelling Organizations is based on the approaches of narrative scholar David Boje. And on Stories for Business , Rachel Parkin challenged members ...
An anecdote circle resembles a focus group except it’s designed to elicit people’s stories—their real life experiences—rather than opinions. The role of the anecdote facilitator is to ask very few, open questions which helps the participants recount real events. The facilitator spends most of their time listening and whenever someone offers an opinion they ask for an example. Sharon Darwent (a colleague at the IBM Cynefin Centre) taught me how to conduct anecdote circles and her simple advice was: “relish silence and ask for examples.” It’s put me ... Read More
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