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Making Data Dance

May 4, 2015


Ever been bored to death by the tedious review of data? Ever been awash in data and yet have no useful information on which to make decisions or act? Learn how to design lively and useful data review sessions with full participant engagement.

The dictionary definition of data is “facts, figures, etc., known or available; information.”

Information could be a budget, an annual report, a customer satisfaction survey, student performance data.

The Aims of this course are to help us as ToP Facilitators make data gathering and review a powerful, useful experience for the groups we serve.

  • Explore the use of ToP methods in data/information review session
  • Experience the power and impact of using participatory processes for data review and analysis
  • Learn key design principles for gathering and reviewing data to use in group review and analysis sessions

Three case studies will illustrate ways to help structure data gathering and sharing. One of the case studies introduces a powerful way to get and review customer/stakeholder input on requirements and the degree to which those requirements are met.

Participants are encouraged to bring and share their own situations that involve data gathering and review.

* This is an advanced course that requires the ToP® Facilitation Methods course.

Contact Jane for more information.


May 4, 2015


Jane Stallman