Handbook

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What lately has been added to the ‘Jam Firestarter’:

JamJam in Barcelona! - [vimeo http://vimeo.com/75685177 w=800] JamOslo hosted one of the mini jams during an awesome JamJam 2013 with members of the jam community from around the globe—Alex Asensi once again sprinkled greatness by making a video from the session… enjoy!
Ceremony and Ritual - Ceremony and Ritual can be an important and conscious platform to imprint a Jam with memorable energy and output. It can be FUN. These ideas represent a collective effort from previous Jam experiences that can greatly improve the possibility for FABulous outcomes. Idea: Yummy Openings Research, choose and confirm a funky Friday night dinner with […]
GETTING STARTED · Joining the Global Jam - As soon as possible, we should get your Jam online. This means we add you to the Global Jam web site—so people in your area can see you and join your Jam—and to the Organiser’s Basecamp—so you can share ideas and resources with other hosts. So please don’t delay—even before you have your team—write to us […]
Circuit Breakers - How they work… circuit breakers are used to disrupt no–fun situations. A circuit breaker can be any number of things, such as: A fun interlude or distraction. Facilitated resolution—have the Jam Doctor or another jammer mediate a resolution. Who can be an expert to solve a question/ problem a team works on? Role reversal/ mirroring—get each […]
Business Model Canvas - If you use the Business Model Canvas—or even if you don’t, you might find this overview of a Jam useful. By the way, the Business Model Canvas would be a great tool to use in your Jam… Customer segments: who is your Jam targeted towards? Relationship: how do you want to interact with your Jammers: shared ownership, facilitating, […]
Customer Journey Mapping - The customer journey map is an oriented graph that describes the journey of a user by representing the different touchpoints that characterize his interaction with the service. In this kind of visualization, the interaction is described step by step as in the classical blueprint, but there is a stronger emphasis on some aspects as the […]