- What is special about transition experiments?
- What is the outcome of the vision creation process?
- What is a key idea for a system innovation?
- How do I define the subject?
- How do I create a vision?
- Is a vision immutable?
- Is collective vision creation necessary?
- Who should I choose as participants?
- What criteria should the process meet?
- What knowledge and skills are needed?
- What to do about power differences?
- What to do if participants fall back into the obvious?
- How long does it take to formulate a vision?
Creating a vision
Transition experiments are designed to help bring about a fundamental change in the way in which societal functions are performed. You should preferably have a clear vision of your goal before starting such an experiment, since that vision will give you a clear long-term perspective that will help you to avoid falling into obvious thought patterns and becoming ensnared by existing structures. But how do you formulate such a vision and what constitutes a good vision? And who should you consult in the process? You will find answers to these and other questions here.