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A series of conferences based on future search made possible a common understanding of how the whole system works, and gave separate departments insight into how they affected each others’ work. The new design led to increased teamwork, better customer service and quality, and lower costs. Many organizations now use future search to involve employees from all levels in improving their own work systems. Reichhold Chemical, for example, rethought its product development process from idea to customer.
And yet. . and yet, we know we are on to something. And so are the hundreds of others experimenting with this mode. Design Limits – In Systems, In Us Within our design limits there’s a lot we can do. But our meeting design is not a panacea. We can’t compensate, for example, for lack of purpose, leadership, broad stakeholder involvement, or courage. We can’t affect people who don’t attend nor can we expect others to take responsibility for plans made without them. We would not choose future search for people who have no reason to work together after the meeting ends.
We believe that the “best model” for you is one that squares with your goals, values, and capabilities. Indeed, you can use no other. Several people are merging large-group events into new change strategies, based in part on future search. Examples include DickandEmily Axelrod’s “Conference Model” for work design, and a similar strategy devised by Margaret Wheatley and Myron Kellner-Rogers. Ralph Copleman has experimented with sequencing future search and Open Space methods. Several others are experimenting with multiple conferences in parallel and in series.