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The World Café is a methodology for hosting group dialogue which emphasizes the power of simple conversation in considering relevant questions and themes. The metaphor of a real-life café is used: in a World Café session, participants – of any number - are encouraged to take part in a collaborative conversation within an environment typically modeled after such a café (i.e. a room furnished with small tables, tablecloth, light music, flowers, refreshments, etc).
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Sketch map of Runcorn, Cheshire, showing railways by Expresso Addict
This option is useful for creating a visual representation ('map') of a geographically based or defined issue drawn from the interpretation of a group or different groups of stakeholders. 
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Seasonal calendars are useful for evaluation as they can help analyse time-related cyclical changes in data. A calendar allows people to visualise patterns of variations over particular periods of time - such as across weeks, seasons, one or several years. 
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The “Round robin” option is a technique for generating and developing ideas in a group brainstorming setting. It relies on an iterative process building off consecutive contributions by each participants, conducted in either written or verbal variations.
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ORID Is a specific facilitation framework that enables a focused conversation with a group of people in order to reach some point of agreement or clarify differences.
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Man holding a lecture to people using the bulletin board
Focus groups is type of group interview designed to explore peoples attitudes. It can be used to find out what issues  are of most concern for a community or group when little or no information is  available. They are a very common technique but are can be poorly executed unless well planned and facilitated.   

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