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HAN RAKELS &
BERNADETTE VAN DIJCK
www.perspectivity.org
info@perspectivity.org
Cynefin Framework (Snowden et.al,HBR, 2007
How to make
sense of many
perspectives?
Facilitating Multistakeholder Dialogue
Systemic Change
Large Group Interventions leading to Emerging Practice
The limits of
Face-to-face meetings
“COULD WE HAVE A
MINUTE OF YOUR TIME
?”
“WE ARE INTERESTED
IN YOUR OPINION !”
SURVEYS
ASSUMPTIVE SURVEYS
Limited applicability in complex settings
Modern technogies
Embracing complexity
Adaptive learning
So what now…?
Sprockler is...
A tool and philosophy for adaptive learnin
…from stories
to statistics…
To generate quantitative (meta) da...
How does it work?
what’s your
STORY?
Can you tell me a story about a moment in the
past month that you decided – because of
transport security - to cancel a (p...
Self-signification
Meaning mapping framework
Intuitive and instinctive responses
Fill in the grey areas between multiple c...
The reason for cancelling or rerouting was:
Reported
security
incident
Fear of
insecurity
Bipole
The situation in my story happens
Bipole
Rarely Daily
The moment of travel you avoided was:
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Tripole
Which area did you avoid in the event of
the story?
Picture Pointer
App & Web Collecto
Online &
App collector
Collector in action
Avicres &
Kindermissionswerk
YouthLEAD
UNICEF
Univ Ghent
Future
Women in
conflict (oPt)
Visualization
QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE
Semi-automated analyses and overviews for
ownership, swiftness and users friend...
The moment of travel you avoided was:
At night I do not feel safe, and I never go to any invitation,
my neighbourhood is t...
EveningMorning
Afternoon
The moment of travel you avoided was:
Reported
security
incident
Fear of
insecurity
The reason for cancelling or rerouting was
Reported
security
incident
Fear of
insecurity
The reason for cancelling or rerouting wa
Which area did you avoid in the event of
the story:
Which area did you avoid in the event of
the story:
EveningMorning
Afternoon
Reported
security
incident
Fear of
insecurity
Pregnant woman
Others
SCIENTIFIC
INNOVATIVE
ONERSHIP OF DATA
TECHNICALLY ADVAN
EASY OF USE
MULTILINGUAL
SECURE
ANONYMOUS
FLEXIBLE
Some features
...
Applications
Monitoring and evaluation
Strategic assessments
Lobby and advocacy
Needs assessments
Organisational Diagnosis...
Sources
David Cooperrider ‘The Art of Questioning’ on Appreciative Inquiry
Brenda Dervin and Karl Weick on ‘Sensemaking’
C...
COMPLEXITY
What is emerging?
Does it
make any
sense?
National Government
Community Radio Station Managers
Radio Program Makers
Journalists
Civil Society
Foreign Radio Developm...
In what part of the house is fuel poverty most felt?
Picture Pointer
Most of the time you can find me in the streets in the.
Tripole
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Voice of the people
Of Groningen
MINHA HISTORIA E PRINCIPALMENTE SOBRE...
Um GrupeUm Individuo
“Como minha tarefa de
supervisionar, tive receio de não
ser ...
FoME Symposium 2015 | Workshop 9: Story-telling and other New Methods of Evaluation | Han Rakels & Bernadette van Dijck: S...
FoME Symposium 2015 | Workshop 9: Story-telling and other New Methods of Evaluation | Han Rakels & Bernadette van Dijck: S...
FoME Symposium 2015 | Workshop 9: Story-telling and other New Methods of Evaluation | Han Rakels & Bernadette van Dijck: S...
FoME Symposium 2015 | Workshop 9: Story-telling and other New Methods of Evaluation | Han Rakels & Bernadette van Dijck: S...
FoME Symposium 2015 | Workshop 9: Story-telling and other New Methods of Evaluation | Han Rakels & Bernadette van Dijck: S...
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This presentation was held at the FoME Symposium, Oct. 1-2, 2015 at DW Akademie Bonn. FoME stands for "Forum Medien und Entwicklung". It's the German Forum "Media and Development", a network of institutions and individuals active in the field of media development cooperation.

Find the Symposium’s documentation here: http://fome.info/2015

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FoME Symposium 2015 | Workshop 9: Story-telling and other New Methods of Evaluation | Han Rakels & Bernadette van Dijck: SPROCKLER

  1. 1. HAN RAKELS & BERNADETTE VAN DIJCK
  2. 2. www.perspectivity.org info@perspectivity.org
  3. 3. Cynefin Framework (Snowden et.al,HBR, 2007
  4. 4. How to make sense of many perspectives?
  5. 5. Facilitating Multistakeholder Dialogue Systemic Change Large Group Interventions leading to Emerging Practice
  6. 6. The limits of Face-to-face meetings
  7. 7. “COULD WE HAVE A MINUTE OF YOUR TIME ?” “WE ARE INTERESTED IN YOUR OPINION !” SURVEYS
  8. 8. ASSUMPTIVE SURVEYS Limited applicability in complex settings
  9. 9. Modern technogies Embracing complexity Adaptive learning So what now…?
  10. 10. Sprockler is... A tool and philosophy for adaptive learnin …from stories to statistics… To generate quantitative (meta) data, backed-up by qualitative information - Explanatory power of stories - Objectivity of numbers
  11. 11. How does it work?
  12. 12. what’s your STORY?
  13. 13. Can you tell me a story about a moment in the past month that you decided – because of transport security - to cancel a (personal or professional) appointment or decided to take a different route? Incidents in Kabul
  14. 14. Self-signification Meaning mapping framework Intuitive and instinctive responses Fill in the grey areas between multiple choice options Ownership with respondents Authentic and more accurate data
  15. 15. The reason for cancelling or rerouting was: Reported security incident Fear of insecurity Bipole
  16. 16. The situation in my story happens Bipole Rarely Daily
  17. 17. The moment of travel you avoided was: Morning Afternoon Evening Tripole
  18. 18. Which area did you avoid in the event of the story? Picture Pointer
  19. 19. App & Web Collecto Online & App collector
  20. 20. Collector in action Avicres & Kindermissionswerk YouthLEAD UNICEF Univ Ghent Future Women in conflict (oPt)
  21. 21. Visualization QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE Semi-automated analyses and overviews for ownership, swiftness and users friendliness Advanced statistical analysis possible
  22. 22. The moment of travel you avoided was: At night I do not feel safe, and I never go to any invitation, my neighbourhood is too insecure. In the morning I bring my children to school and I'm going to work. EveningMorning Afternoon
  23. 23. EveningMorning Afternoon The moment of travel you avoided was:
  24. 24. Reported security incident Fear of insecurity The reason for cancelling or rerouting was
  25. 25. Reported security incident Fear of insecurity The reason for cancelling or rerouting wa
  26. 26. Which area did you avoid in the event of the story:
  27. 27. Which area did you avoid in the event of the story:
  28. 28. EveningMorning Afternoon Reported security incident Fear of insecurity Pregnant woman Others
  29. 29. SCIENTIFIC INNOVATIVE ONERSHIP OF DATA TECHNICALLY ADVAN EASY OF USE MULTILINGUAL SECURE ANONYMOUS FLEXIBLE Some features CLOSING THE LOOP
  30. 30. Applications Monitoring and evaluation Strategic assessments Lobby and advocacy Needs assessments Organisational Diagnosis Cohort studies Customer satisfaction Trend analysis Impact asessment
  31. 31. Sources David Cooperrider ‘The Art of Questioning’ on Appreciative Inquiry Brenda Dervin and Karl Weick on ‘Sensemaking’ Cynthia Kurz and Dave Snowden on ‘Cynefin Framework’ and ‘Sensemaker” Marvin Weisbord and Sandra Janoff on ‘Future Search’ Robert Keidel on Seeing Organizational Patterns Charles Osgood on The Measurement of Meaning
  32. 32. COMPLEXITY What is emerging?
  33. 33. Does it make any sense?
  34. 34. National Government Community Radio Station Managers Radio Program Makers Journalists Civil Society Foreign Radio Development Experts UN Organisations The “whole system” in the room Future Search – Community Radio Liberia
  35. 35. In what part of the house is fuel poverty most felt? Picture Pointer
  36. 36. Most of the time you can find me in the streets in the. Tripole Morning Afternoon Evening
  37. 37. Voice of the people Of Groningen
  38. 38. MINHA HISTORIA E PRINCIPALMENTE SOBRE... Um GrupeUm Individuo “Como minha tarefa de supervisionar, tive receio de não ser bem aceita. Pois ambas as partes não se conheciam. Mas como pessoa observadora que sou fui aos poucos me aproximando e interagindo com” “Toda sua família com exceção do pai, viveu na casa Esperança, hoje vive ela e uma tia. Seu nascimento foi na casa de abrigo da sede da Avicres, depois foi para a casa Esperança.” “Conhecer a Avicres e seu trabalho com crianças e adolescente em vuneralida-de social, foi um desafio pais não tinha conhecimento de como via trabalhar com esse pelilico.”
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This presentation was held at the FoME Symposium, Oct. 1-2, 2015 at DW Akademie Bonn. FoME stands for "Forum Medien und Entwicklung". It's the German Forum "Media and Development", a network of institutions and individuals active in the field of media development cooperation. Find the Symposium’s documentation here: http://fome.info/2015

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