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We founded the Participatory Narrative Inquiry Institute so you — and we — can link to other practitioners in the field of participatory narrative and in connected fields. Our ultimate aim is to advance the state of the art in PNI.
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Due to our having finished our series of topics in our monthly calls, and due to everybody being busy doing stuff, we have decided to pause our monthly calls until September, when we will return with a new and exciting line-up of discussion topics. See our previous...read more
We have been approaching the end of our series of Zoom calls about things you can do with PNI, and we have been talking about what our next series should be. The first thing we (this is the people on the last few calls) decided was that we like the series approach. It...read more
On our PNI Institute call on February 13, 2019 we talked about using PNI for learning. Tune in to listen to the discussion. I usually summarize the discussion in this space. However, due to recent overwork, I've let this recording get old enough that I have completely...read more
On our PNI Institute call on December 12, 2018 we talked about using PNI for knowledge management and organisational learning. Tune in to listen to the discussion. PNI Institute call December 12, 2018 I usually summarize the discussion in this space. However, due to...read more
On our PNI Institute call on November 14, 2018, we talked about the use of PNI for community building and maintenance. Tune in to listen to the discussion. We started the call by talking about a four-stage framework for conversations about communities I started...read more
If there is one subject in this series of calls on PNI applications that can spark a controversy, it is the forthcoming one on Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning. The KM notion is probably in the top 3 of most abused terms in the recent history of management theory and practice. It has lost most of its meaning, just as happened to sustainability, impact assessment and complexity. In this blog I try to make a modest start to polishing it up a bit. I hope it helps to continue that process in our call next Wednesday.read more