Reposted from the Tools for Hope blog.

Here’s the second of the interviews I recorded with the presenters at the Tools for Hope event in London in November. (The first one, with Wendy Schultz on visioning, is here).

At the event Bill Sharpe, the author of Three Horizons: The Patterning of Hope, co-presented the Three Horizons model with Graham Leicester, the Director of the International Futures Forum.  The IFF has been the leader, in terms of both practice and theory, in developing the application of Three Horizons thinking, and has also published some valuable resources.

In this interview they talk about some of the principles that sit behind the Three Horizons model, its use as a dialogue tool to negotiate change between different members of a system, and the health and social care project SHINE, in Fife, that has been something of a poster child for the application of 3H to create transformative futures. Golf gets a look-in too.

(Nine minutes).