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Sensemaking Meeting

What is a Sensemaking Meeting?

A Sensemaking Meeting is used to find answers to questions and improve shared group understanding of a topic or situation.

You can find an introduction to Team Cadence Meetings in Chapter 29 of our book, Where the Action Is. You may also want to visit the Learn More link, below, for resources to help you plan, run, and troubleshoot the specific meetings your team needs.

Examples

  • Project Discovery Meetings
  • Incident Investigations
  • Doctor/Patient Consults
  • Community Input Sessions
  • Market Research Panels
  • Situational Analyses
  • Informational Interviews
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