These are smaller groupings and more in depth, leading to real implementations or discussions. We’ve found that a participant grouping of less than 30 works best to have proper discussions and sharing of ideas and developments.

With any such workshop, I find that getting participants into the state of mind where they are comfortable with sharing thoughts and ideas, as well as issues preventing them from achieving leads to the best results.  This does need some planning – often its the presence of someone in a really senior (relative to the others) position and their attitude which makes the difference in whether a workshop is effective or not.