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0Identify aFaciliatator also known as Maven is preferrably an in the saddle entreprenuer, if not request him to sign/declare Maven Code of Ethics listed here http://www.ispirt.in/who-we-are/Our-People#mavens
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1Faciliatator must select a topic that you are comfortable with. They must have expert practitioner knowledge about the topic.-30.00Facilitator
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2Faciliatator should reach out to startups to scope out the specific topic areas you’ll cover.-7.00Facilitator
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3Faciliatator should be part of the curation (i.e. shortlisting) of the participants... Faciliatator must try and get participants at the same level.-7.00Facilitator
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4Faciliatator must do the homework on the final participants. Faciliatator must learn about the startups by visiting their website. You must also understand the challenges faced and expectations from the PlaybookRT (this information is in the form filled by the participant).-7.00Facilitator
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5Identify 2-3 participants that could be anchor attendees... folks who will trigger conversations and also add value to the conversations-7.00Facilitator
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6Engage the participants for the first 30-45 mins to break the ice. You should go beyond introductions... we are struggling to do xyz… basically create an atmosphere of trust so that they spell out more details.0.00Facilitator
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7Participants are continuously requested to chime in with their views. You should also make sure that everyone speaks in the room. For instance, Shankar Maruwada asks very specific questions to participants along the way. He is able to do this because he has done homework on each participant beforehand.0.00Facilitator
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8Seating should be such that people can see each other.0.00Facilitator
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96-8 points should be focus areas for the Roundtable... retaining more than that is difficult.0.00Facilitator
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10Encourage the usage of whiteboard with participants. This allows people to change position and brings energy in the room. Peer learning is vitally important. Don’t be sage on stage.0.00Facilitator
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11Share list of books/videos/tools that participants should use after the RT.0.00Facilitator
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12Ensure there is a break taken after 150 minutes.0.00Facilitator
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13At the end, summarize key learnings by each participant. Everyone speaks for at least 2-3 mins.0.00Facilitator
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14Postmortem call (30 mins) is mandatory. Participant feedback and other learning should be discussed in this call. At the end of the call Curator should assign an overall rating (on a scale of 5) to the PlaybookRT.0.00Curator
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15Participant feedback for NPS Score must be collected.0.00Curator
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16There cannot be more than 15 participants. Ideal is 10-12 participants. Minimum number is 5.-2.00Curator
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17We must select participants with similar levels of maturity in the context of the topic. (Over time we should develop a predicted coherence score and see if that prediction is valid based on post-RT data collection.)-2.00Curator
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18Adequate discussion should take place with the Facilitator on the topic. It should be sufficiently narrow. It should not be about batting but about how to play leg-spinners. There would be a Plan B by the Facilitator if the topic ends up being too narrow. We must err on the side of being too narrow, rather than too broad.0.00Curator
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19Send confirmation to participants -2.00Curator
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20It is mandatory to for a first-time Facilitator to attend a PlaybookRT for at least one hour.0.00Curator
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Curator should discuss Facilitator checklist. This discussion should happen before selection of the topic.0.00Curator
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4 weeks advance notice should be given for PlaybookRT if it is not tapping into a pre-curated participant list (e.g. BEX or InTech50). This is to ensure cross-city participation.-30.00Curator
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