During the summer in 2015, I coordinated a comprehensive community engagement process with thousands of residents to “re-imagine” downtown Vancouver.
What will Vancouver’s downtown core become 25 years into the future? Re-Imagine Downtown Vancouver and the Vancouver Design Nerds have teamed up and are inviting you to dream big with us. The event is designed to inspire new ideas as we collectively envision more desirable futures for this city we …
For the last several months, I’ve been working with SFU Public Square and the Downtown Vancouver Business Association (DVBIA) on an exciting initiative to “re-imagine” downtown Vancouver.
Ipsos Reid explores how Canadians felt about public consultations in general and how they want to participate in the consultative process.
From the Kettering Foundation:
There are many theories about how to “lead” change. Many originate with leadership guru, John Kotter’s 8 step process in his 1995 book, “Leading Change.”
Vancouver’s Pop-Up City Hall was a first step in exploring new ways for the City to engage with its residents.