I've been a fan of the Twitter handle @MeetingBoy since many years now and one of its tweets that I've remembered forever goes something like this - If someone falls asleep during your PowerPoint presentation, you are at least partially to blame. That is true with many teams where individuals mostly engage using conventional structures like presentations and managed discussions. The problem with most of these is that the decision making is usually owned by one person while utilising a centralised mechanism to control the content. That's where Liberating Structures are different and make it possible to include everybody in the decision making process regardless of the group size and this happens with distributed control of content. To discuss this in more detail, I invited a good friend of mine Rucha Kapare who's been an advocate of Liberating Structures. She's the Head of Business Analysis practice at Springer, she utilises Liberating Structures on her job more than one would expect, and has presented it at numerous conferences. So welcome everyone as we unleash creativity, I'm your host Vishal Prasad and this is EnterpriseJoy, educating organisations to be awesome!
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