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Share and show: Cultivating sensemaking capability in the management classroom

Collective sensemaking is an important activity in organizational life and its facilitation commonly falls to those in management roles. This paper describes an educational experience for delivery in the post-graduate classroom that enables students to build awareness and capabilities related to collective sensemaking. The class employs the project-space model, a visual tool derived from recent practice-based research, to teach the facilitation of collective sensemaking. This interactive conference session will demonstrate the key elements of the collective sensemaking educational experience, along with a brief explanation for its design.

Bronte van der Hoorn (
University of Southern Queensland

Catherine P. Killen (
University of Technology Sydney


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