Case Study - Multi-Disciplinary Teambuilding Conference at Oxford University

If the statement, 'It is never too late to be what you could have been' strikes a cord with you and you need someone to help you 'be' then Andrew Pearce is the person to call.

Colette Stroud

An invited delegation of academics, public, private, voluntary sector and artists were assembled to consider the essence of how teams work, issues and related areas of interest.

Andrew Pearce presented ideas around the importance of values alignment and the roles of leadership. He highlighted the need for generating an environment where speculative and creative solutions are facilitated.

Method:

  • 20 minutes presentation followed by discussion and questions from the floor

Outcome:

  • broadening awareness of current thinking and endorsement that Prydale's methodology is totally appropriate and in alignment with current best practices

Future plans:

  • Applying this in corporate environments and potential collaboration with selected conference delegates.