Workshops can be designed as one-off events or as part of a series of interconnected activities – the format is ideal for building knowledge and new insights over a period of time and for helping build teams to support future developments.

Workshops are an effective way of bringing together anything from 5 to 500 people to explore a particular topic, suggest actions and generate ideas.

Examples on this website describe the role of workshops in dealing with three key challenges faced by every organisation; the mapping of knowledge, the setting of strategy and the delivery of innovation.

See the links below:

Mapping Workshops: Examples of workshops designed to map complex information

Strategy Workshops: Examples of workshops designed to help organisations set their strategy.

Innovation Workshops: Examples of workshops designed to support innovation.

Examples on this website also describe the particular roles workshops can play in Higher Education Institutions and in initiatives that are bringing different disciplines together to work on projects.

See the links below:

Workshops for the University Sector: Examples of workshops designed to support strategic developments and innovations in universities.

Workshops for Interdisciplinary Projects: Examples of of workshops designed to support the development of interdisciplinary projects and initiatives.

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