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آشنایی با FUTURE WORKSHOP

 


Workshop for Introducing ‘Future Workshop’ Technique Introduction

Future Workshop (FW) is a socio-pedagogic method for identification of common problems in an organization and/or company, development of a vision, ideas and action plan among a group of people concerned. It helps to develop a complete ‘problem catalogue’ related to the selected ‘theme’ of the workshop. The theme of the workshop can be selected freely, such as problems related to ‘working environment, productivity, quality, etc. The method was first introduced by the future scientist Robert Jungk from Germany (1984). Later it has been spread successfully to the Scandinavian countries and is now widely used as successful participatory intervention method world-wide.

Aim

The aim of this workshop is to:

  1.  Inform participants about the importance of employees’ participation for identification of problems at work and development of feasible solution
  2. Give participants knowledge and skill for using ‘Future Workshop’ technique for analyzing a common problem at work such as work places, working environment, productivity or product quality, and developing practical solution for improvement

Duration of the workshop

The workshop is designed for 3 full days including lunch and tea brakes. 

 

Who can participate?

Top/middle management and line manager of companies and/or organizations, safety and health representative as well as those interested in the problem-solving issues

 

Workshop program

Day one

  • Presentation of workshop leaders and participants
  • Discussing the aim of the workshop and participants’ expectations
  • Participation process
  • Future Workshop technique, a simple method for creating participation at work
  • Brain storming
  • Group work

Day two

  •  Reflection to yesterday work
  • System approach to a problem
  • Few assessment methods
  • Group work for developing feasible solution

Day three

  •  Reflection to yesterday work
  • Group work for developing feasible solutions
  • Group presentation of developed solutions