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David Holzmer
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Please indicate your World Café experience (ONLY IF YOU HAVE ACTUAL WORLD CAFE EXPERIENCE) in one or more of the following roles:
I'm New to the World Cafe
If you are new to the World Cafe, would you please share how you heard about this community?
Doing a PhD on Dialogue within organizations. World Cafe is quickly becoming an important part of that exploration.
What field is the primary focus of your World Café work (ONLY CHECK AREAS WHERE YOU ARE ALREADY ACTIVELY USING WORLD CAFE PLEASE)?
Corporate, Community
What knowledge, skills or resources would you like to contribute to the World Café community to help it grow and flourish?
Working to established research and academic grounding for the process of generative dialogue. Hoping this will be a gateway to bring even greater transformative connectivity to a broader range of groups and organizations.
What would you most like to receive from this community?
Engagement on all levels!
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At 7:17am on January 22, 2011, John Inman said…

David I am so sorry that I did not get back to you more quickly. I have been absolutely buried with full time work and full time doctoral studies. Yes I would love to collaborate with you. So that you know what I am researching and my work, here is a brief sig line to describe what I do. You can connect with me directly at


John Inman EdM

Doctoral Student - Researching co-generation of leadership capabilities in organizations as networks of communication through multi-generational dialogue using The World Café
Field of Practice - Dialogue Partner (Samtalspartner), creating relationships of mutual respect and trust with partners (or client systems) in service to generating value to stakeholders of the enterprise

At 4:01pm on December 17, 2010, david isaacs said…

Hi David... and welcome

suggest you look up John Inman in this community.. He's doing something very similar with his Ph.D program at Fielding University.  You'll enjoy connecting to him!

Be well


David Isaacs

At 7:29am on December 17, 2010, Benjamin Aaron Degenhart said…

ah, and then i thought the groups "The Art of Questioning" and "World Cafe - Fielding Research Group" could be juicy for you...

At 7:26am on December 17, 2010, Benjamin Aaron Degenhart said…

Hey David! Welcome to this Online Community of Learning and Practice! Great to see you joining, i am following your blog with interest and resonance! :)


If you want you can cross-post your blogposts to your profile here using the RSS field on the left side, you can drag it into the middle as i did on my profile.


If you feel like taking some time for it, it would be wonderful to read some more about your work and thoughts in our introduction-section. Also i don't think Green Creek has a placemark yet on our member map ;) you can change that...


Soon i will send out a Community Update to all members that will hopefully give a sense of what's going on...


Yesterday i wrote about the potential of decentralized user engagement and increasing the vibrancy of this community - i could very well imagine that you have some amazing thoughts on that issue...

"Psychodynamics, mixing magic mojo of emergent dialogue & organic design within complex adaptive systems" sounds just about perfect for that ;)


Again, welcome to you David! I hope this space can serve you well, and that you feel inspired to contribute.

Let me know if i can help you with anything here, best wishes,

Benjamin [Global Communications Team]




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