• Public meeting facilitator set-ups

    Published on June 3, 2006

    It is important that a skilled facilitator lead meetings with all of the tools and techniques to handle difficult meetings at his or her disposal. The first task for a facilitator is to gain agreements on the meeting “set-ups.”

  • Building charrette teams

    Published on July 3, 2005

    It is not uncommon for charrette teams to include a mix of people who are used to working together, as well as those who are not.

  • Dealing with pressure to shorten charrettes

    Published on April 3, 2005

    Often, first-time charrette sponsors resist holding a charrette for more than three days when a minimum of five to seven days is usually required.

  • Chaos in charrettes

    Published on February 3, 2005

    Chaos is a part of any intense creative process. The charrette — an intense, creative event — often emulates this process.

  • Benefits of a community bus tour

    Published on August 3, 2004

    A bus tour can be one of the most effective tools during the vision development phase of charrette preparation.

  • How to organize walking tours

    Published on July 3, 2004

    In the NCI curriculum, walking tours are a part of the stakeholder involvement sub-phase of the Charrette Preparation phase of the NCI Charrette System.

  • Community outreach and engagement rules of thumb

    Published on April 3, 2004

    One of NCI’s core values of community involvement is that anyone affected by a project has an important and unique contribution to make and, therefore, should be involved from the beginning.

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