Relational constructionism

by Dian Marie Hosking

Large Group Interventions

This page informs you about 'Large Group Interventions'. A Large Group Intervention (LGI) is a name for a broad range of methods that can be used to facilitate and manage organizational change. Characteristic for LGI is that the whole organization (or a representation of the organization) is involved in the change process. Also it is not uncommon for a LGI that other stakeholders such as customers, suppliers, financiers, and governments participate in the process. The number of participants of a LGI can vary from 10 to 3000 participants. Examples of large group intervention include:

  • Future search
  • Open space technology
  • Real time strategic change
  • Simu Real
  • Participative Work Design

On this part of the website you can read more about these forms of large group intervention.