NE(X)T WORKSHOP. TIGHTENING THE DISTANCE TOGETHER

NE(X)T WORKSHOP. TIGHTENING THE DISTANCE TOGETHER 18 March 2020

Assessment, co-design and facilitation. three types of digital workshop to achieve concrete objectives

NE(X)T WORKSHOP. TIGHTENING THE DISTANCE TOGETHER

The workshops have a high interaction level by which the exchange of ideas is arranged to produce significant output. This dimension remains to be cherished, especially within the digital world. Why? Because the success of any project often depends upon moments of sharing and exchange. Here's why we’ve created an innate design experience for the digital workshops we’re delivering by remote to our customers - a flexibility-oriented service based upon a five-point approach:

  • To create new forms of accessibility (enabling, facilitating and training people)
  • To build motivation (generating sense-making while working on achievable, concrete goals)
  • To build emotions (driving involvement at the different project moments: warm up, feedback, reaction)
  • To encourage interaction (with the definition of clear rules of engagement)
  • To manage the timing of relationships (planning individual and collective activities - both synchronous and asynchronous).

With these ingredients, Logotel has developed -and is managing- three types of digital workshop:

Ne(x)t Assessment Workshop

The key element of this experience type is concept arrangement as it emerges during interaction. For this reason, video-conferences organized by Logotel are supported by digital direction which handles the creation of live mental maps, whiteboards and workflows. Everything takes shape in real time during interaction with customers who can participate by way of modifying output. Visual elements formed by such tools as Miro have afforded us a chance to define the needs of two important customers.

Ne(x)t Co-design Workshop

The focus of this workshop type is to activate a collaborative digital mindset. By so doing, customers are enabled to generate output, participate in work groups of variable structure and stimulate multiple design viewpoints. Thus, jointly with collaboration tools the Logotel approach aims, at meetings, to orchestrate envisioning moments that are mixed with both subgroup work and individual input. Upon enabling participants through micro-training sessions,

Ne(x)t Facilitation Workshop

Aligning languages, sharing goals and outlining a common path. Our view is that communication must flow smoothly where digital facilitation is concerned – without any overlapping of roles, seniority and thinking. Here's why we‘ve devised a set of engagement rules that allow for feedback exchange via reactions, chat sessions and booking management for individual webcam presentations. We manage breaks and follow-up sessions by way of visual lightening moments so as to better calibrate participant attention.

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