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Open Space Technology


Definition: Open Space Technology is a philosophy and method by Harrison Owen for organizing and running a meeting, multi-day conference, symposium, large event, or gathering, while not following a program that is planned well in advance of the conference and not having a predetermined line-up of speakers, but allowing everyone to participate and speak with people they may normally not have a chance to speak to.
The process under this methodology is designed to be highly participatory, inclusive, and collaborative.


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