Dialogue

GIZ Stakeholder Dialogues Manual.

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Author(s): Künkel, P.; Gerlach, S. et al. (for GIZ)

Publication Date: 2011

This GIZ manual provides the reader with a thorough understanding of the concept of ‘stakeholder dialogues and on how to apply it successfully. Ample attention is given to the Dialogic Change Model and the principle of dialogue as well as to issues of communication, process monitoring and facilitation.

StakeholderDialogues.net

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StakeholderDialogues.net is a learning space that is directed towards practitioners from the private sector, the public sector and civil society organizations. It conveys the methodology that empowers you to make stakeholder collaboration work, face global challenges, and secure your competitiveness while operating in a sustainable way.

The platform, initiated by the Collective Leadership Institute provides you with a learn and apply section, which offer you among others an online textbook, a toolbox, real life stories and even possibilities to get free expert advice.  

Awakening Faith in an Alternative Future. A Consideration of Present: Human Purpose and the Field of the Future

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Author(s): Senge, P.M., Scharmer, C.O.,  Jaworski, J., & Flowers, B.S. (in The SoL Journal on Knowledge, Learning, and Change)
Publication Date: 2004

Research Integration Using Dialogue Methods

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Author(s): David McDonald, with Gabriele Bammer, Peter Deane
Publication Date: 2009

Describing research integration as the process of improving the understanding of real-world problems by synthesising relevant knowledge from diverse disciplines and stakeholders, this book discusses how methods and tools developed for the dialogic process can be useful for research integration. These tools include, among others:

Democratic Dialogue – A Handbook for Practitioners

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Authors: Pruitt, B. & Thomas, P.
Publication date: 2007 

Democratic dialogue consists of inclusive processes that are open, sustained and flexible enough to adapt to changing contexts. It can be used to achieve consensus or prevent conflict—a complement to, not a replacement for, democratic institutions.

Mapping Dialogue - A research project profiling dialogue tools and processes

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Author(s): Pioneers of Change Associates
Publication Date: 2006

Commissioned by GTZ and created by the Pioneers of Change Associates as an initial toolbox for the Nelson Mandella Foundation, this project aims to map varying dialogue processes for use by social change practitioners. The toolbox is separated into three sections:

Generative Change Communities Process Inquiry Protocol

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Author(s): Generative Change Community (GCC)
Publication Date: 2007 

The Generative Change Community (GCC) is a global community of practice that nurtures and promotes generative dialogic change processes for an equitable and sustainable world. The community seeks to integrate individual, organizational, and societal transformation through dialogic processes and initiatives. The GCC Process Inquiry Protocol is intended to support the community in pursuing this learning agenda.

Learning with Stakeholders: A Keystone Guide to Stakeholder Dialogue

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Author: Keystone

Publication Date: September 2006

This comprehensive guide and toolkit begins by discussing stakeholder dialogue as an essential process of societal learning, necessitated as a result of the varying backgrounds, interests, priorities, levels of access and overall capabilities of different relevant stakeholders.  Dialogue between the stakeholders can help to determine: