The Value Web is a global network of facilitators, designers, entrepreneurs, change agents, tinkerers, galumphers, explorers, guides, specialists, generalists, dreamers, learners, teachers, artists, economists, philosophers, poets, magicians, sausage grinders, mexican wrestlers, competitive swimmers, gravel miners, storytellers, mothers, fathers, children, clowns, historians, futurists, analysts, bartenders, data geeks, scientists, psychologists, biologists, introverts, extroverts, archivists…who share a common language, values and vision. We endeavor to fundamentally transform the way individuals, networks and organizations make decisions and design solutions affecting the global health of our planet and its people. We work together (in patches) and alone (as nodes) to raise systems-level awareness and unleash the collective capacity of groups to navigate the complexities of our time and the immense challenges of times to come.
The environments, methodologies, processes and tools we employ were originated by MGTaylor more than 30 years ago and have been utilized, tested and developed in the marketplace ever since.
The Value Web is proud to be supporting the first ever IdeaLabs at the Harvard Social Enterprise Conference. We’ve assembled a world-class facilitation team from our global network to co-design and facilitate nine participatory sessions that seek to address specific strategic problems of a wide variety of non-profits and social enterprises. These sessions will engage participants in highly collaborative, small group work to solve pressing, real-world challenges in a fun, dynamic and highly creative and interactive atmosphere.
The Value Web is proud to introduce People Science to the Harvard Social Enterprise Conference. People Science is a method of “engineering serendipity.” Pairing machine learning and cognitive networks to identify potential connection points between individuals; creating person to person, person to group, person to content/issue and person to community connections. People Science uses scientifically proven interactive, face-to-face and virtual encounters that maximize collaboration between participants. This year we’re using People Science to help define optimal breakout groups for ActionLab sessions and IdeaLab sessions. Please feel free to reach out to Brandon Klein or visit peoplescience.info to learn more about this social/technical innovation!
Among our many tools for supporting group process and group learning, The Value Web employs a team of leading visual practitioners to visually record dialogue in a vibrant, information-rich mix of graphics and text to create a living context for conversation in real-time. More memorable than documentation, graphic facilitation helps create an engaging visual support to any gathering by reinforcing key themes, connections and concepts to foster deeper dialogue and group creativity.
Adrien Angliviel, Julien Goby, Nicolas Gros, Fabien Robineau, Gregoire Serikoff
Christoph Kellner, Svenja Rueger
Alfredo Carlo, Lucia Fabiani, Dan Newman
Andor Gregorics, Hilde Rydning
Patrick Frick, Andrea Guida
Jayce Pei Yu Lee
David Christie, Tanja Kerlo, Stuart Samuels
Kelvy Bird, Robin Brooking, Alicia Bramlett, Chris Burke, Bill Burck, Jodi Engelberg, Rob Evans, Todd Johnston, Tom Kehner, Brandon Klein, Sita Magnuson, Jeff Shults