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SOLWorld Conference 2016, Practify and study buddies


Practify. What is it?

Practify is an online space where you share reflections on learnings in various situations. For those at the conference it will focus on learnings from attending the conference and the open spaces.

The system has a playful approach (gamification) where you score when you complete…


Added by Jesper H Christiansen on April 14, 2016 at 20:30 — 1 Comment

Can You Dance Your Name?

I've just translated an article that I've wrote for the Danish Ministry of Education into English. It's about a project involving teachers and their teaching and learning environments in general regarding working with innovation in the field of education.…


Added by Jesper H Christiansen on November 11, 2012 at 22:32 — 4 Comments

Great gatherings - workshop @ Oxford, next steps

As promised I bring you some writing from the Oxford workshop "a SF approach to working with large groups".

Or... to be honest I actually break my promise but for the better.

So many good conversations with great inputs followed during, inbetween and after the workshops (I ended up doing a Opens Space on same topic) so I've decided to put on whatever I write regarding working with large groups on:…


Added by Jesper H Christiansen on September 20, 2012 at 22:30 — No Comments

Solution focused conflict management with Fredrike Bannink in Copenhagen

The workshop is coming closer so this is a last chance to decide if you want to combine a visit to wonderful Copenhagen with a wonderful solution focused experience through a two day workshop in SF conflict management 24.-25. of January.


Send me a mail if you are coming from abroad - theres a special deal for non-residents.


More info about the workshop: …


Added by Jesper H Christiansen on January 6, 2012 at 19:00 — No Comments

When Ghosts Brings Treasures

A photoprotocol of the exploratory workshop at SOLWorld conference 2011, Balatonfüred, Hungary.


“Joint insights and reflections on the concept of resistance and ideas on how to approach this.

How do we benefit from a Solution Focused approach in a world where resistances seems to be ghosts “popping up” without obvious meaning for a helpful process?

How do we discover these ghosts and…


Added by Jesper H Christiansen on June 27, 2011 at 18:00 — No Comments

What makes it fun to work with SF?

For instance creating stuff like

this. Giving new perspectives in a short time.

The inspiration came among other things from Michael Hjerths MicroTools and Dominik Godats

progress cards.

Easy and… Continue

Added by Jesper H Christiansen on March 31, 2010 at 6:37 — 6 Comments




Jumpstart into Solution Focus

You want to learn more about "Solution Focus"?

You prefer a "step by step" introduction instead to start with reading some
voluminous books?

You would appreciate to have a complete "helicopter view" on SF after the first step…


Created by Hans-Peter Korn Dec 25, 2009 at 10:25am. Last updated by Mark McKergow Nov 3, 2014.

Making the most of

If you’ve just arrived at (the SOLWorld ning group), you may be looking at all the features and wondering where to start.  This note might be helpful…



Created by Mark McKergow Jun 3, 2008 at 4:55pm. Last updated by Jesper H Christiansen Aug 22, 2017.

Open Space at SOLworld conferences

SOLworld Open Space instructions as it was used at the 2011 conference, by Mark McKergow


Created by Katalin Hankovszky Dec 30, 2015 at 10:18pm. Last updated by Katalin Hankovszky Dec 30, 2015.

SOLWorld Resources

Welcome to the SOLWorld Resources section.  This part of the site features information about the SOLWorld network, our past events and materials from our previous website.  It will take some time to update all the information, so thanks for your patience. 

Information in this part of the site is 'read-only'.  If you want to start discussions, please go to the Forum or Groups. …


Created by Mark McKergow May 12, 2008 at 4:08pm. Last updated by Mark McKergow Dec 2, 2022.

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