The Dialogic Change Model introduced here allows for result-oriented, structured planning and implementation of a Stakeholder Dialogue. It is divided into four phases. This division has proven helpful in taking all demands and requirements of the different phases of a dialogue process into account and preparing them adequately. The guiding principles of the model are based on the Dialogic Practices of voice, listen, respect and suspend. By using structured dialogue to create a space for collective intelligence, the model facilitates a process design that can be owned by all stakeholders.
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