Participatory process methods

What exactly are participatory processes (PP)?

PP are specific methods used for the active participation of all members of the group in the decision-making process. The approach can be applied to most issues and must provide equal opportunities for all involved. The main goal of participatory processes is to create productive discussions to develop positive solutions.

The choice of method depends on what the participants want to achieve, as each method uses different processes and results. Each method should be viewed holistically as a specific way of thinking and not as a single tool.

The Change the World project has brought together some of the most successful PPs that serve as inspiration for small and large groups of people who want to optimize collaboration and create a fun work environment.

Simple guidelines for all participatory processes can be found here.



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