Free Member Webinar: Sensemaking: understanding why people do what they do
This webinar was recorded on 18 June 2020 and is available in recorded format until 31 December 2021.
We seem to hear the word ‘sensemaking’ more and more lately, but what does it mean? Its most obvious definition is that it is about ‘making sense’. However, there is much more to it than that. In this webinar, Sue Bell will describe four different sensemaking models drawn from anthropology, design thinking, organisational change and her own work using sensemaking to understand why and how people do what they do.
1. To differentiate between different uses of the term sensemaking
2. To explain what triggers sensemaking and how it is different from decision-making
3. To describe the sensemaking process
In this webinar you will learn to:
1. Recognise the four different roles that sensemaking can play in research
2. Learn what to look for to identify when research participants are using sensemaking
3. Identify the type of project that suits a sensemaking approach
Speaker: Sue Bell
Sue Bell became interested in sensemaking back in 2016 and has been exploring ways to apply its insights ever since then. She and Suzanne Burdon presented a paper on sensemaking at the AMSRS Melbourne conference in 2018. Sue is one of four invited speakers at the QRCA Future of Qual digital conference to be held on May 28th where she will be speaking about sensemaking. She will also be presenting at the Singapore-based Qual360 Conference in September.
Sue is a Fellow of the Research Society and a member of the Board of Directors. She runs the boutique micro agency Susan Bell Research. Her clients include state and federal government agencies, financial services organisations and not-for-profits.
NSW | ACT | VIC | TAS: 4.00pm-5.00pm
5 mins before start time - please make sure you have downloaded the program and be ready to start.
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QPR Points: 10
Member Price: FREE FOR MEMBERS
Non-member Price: AU $ 120
Your Price: AU $ 120.00
Registrations Open: 18th Jun 20 12:00 AM
Registrations Close: 31st Dec 21 5:00 PM