Participatory planning is a systematic approach to organizing and planning events. It recognizes that there is no such thing as ‘the way things are’ when it comes to achieving your goals.
Participatory planning is actually a fairly new concept. Back in the 1980s, the “Planners” movement was born out of the need for government officials to meet together and plan and organize events. It seemed like a good idea at the time, and it’s still a great idea. However, we all know how well it ended up working.
Participatory planning is a great way to organize a party. It’s easy to set up. You don’t have to worry about how many people you need (there’s no need to worry about how much food you have in the fridge, either). You can get everyone together in a room and plan an event. Once it’s all set up, you just put on your party clothes and go.
Participatory planning is a great way to organize a party. However, it can be an awful idea. What’s so bad about it? Well, its a very easy way to get a bunch of people together and plan a party, and the downside is that people feel less accountable for the activities they plan. That, and you never end up with the right kind of fun.
The biggest downside is that people feel less accountable for the activities they plan. That, and you never end up with the right kind of fun. Sounds like a recipe for disaster.
Participatory planning sounds good on paper, but it is a recipe for disaster. The most important thing to remember about participatory planning is that people feel less accountable for the activities they plan. That, and you never end up with the right kind of fun. Sounds like a recipe for disaster.
Participatory planning is a very good way to start planning for a project. But even if you plan well, it isn’t a good way to end a project. There is a lot of work involved in planning and execution (which is why most people don’t finish projects), and the only way you’re going to get the right kind of fun is to continue to plan.
Participatory planning is a good way to take a project and make it enjoyable. But as I said above, it isnt a good way to end a project, and if you end your project with a bad feeling, then youve done nothing but wasted a lot of time and effort. Planning and executing is just another way of saying, “Just do this,” and if you plan well enough, you never have to worry about the end.
Participatory planning is a very different way of thinking. The difference is that once you have the idea, it doesnt matter what you do with the idea, you just have to execute it. For example, if you had an idea for a movie that you loved, but you didnt know how to make it work, you might start planning on how you would make the movie, and then continue to plan and execute the movie.
Participatory planning is a great way to get your ideas onto the table. The more you plan, the better you can execute them. The problem is that most people plan and execute in parallel, and we might have a great idea, but then we can’t get it done. Participatory planning lets you plan and execute in a more collaborative way, but it doesnt make it easier.