If you are the Sofi Questionnare owner, create a comprehensive list of interesting groupings of your stakeholders. It will be the comparison across these groupings that allows you to define the strength in your diversity. More is better than less. Don't worry about having too many.
Points of View: Ability to compare POV across stakeholder groups.
The missing conversations are discovered in the different experiences among stakeholders.
>Analyst will reorganize into several dimensions CVC Worlds
Each Sofi Model must create it's particular set of Worlds. Just copy this page and make changes as needed.
* [ ] Female * [x] Male * [x] Business owner * [ ] Resides inside community * [x] Resides outside community * [ ] Retired * [ ] Semi-retired * [x] Home owner * [ ] Renter * [ ] Member of .... * [ ] Looking for work * [ ] Live alone * [ ] Financially secure * [ ] Financially insecure * [x] Parent with children at home * [ ] Grandmother * [ ] Grandfather * [ ] Teenage girl * [ ] Teenage boy * [ ] Mother * [ ] Father * [ ] 20-30 Year Old * [ ] Socially isolated (lonely) * [ ] Concerned about your safety or the safety of a family member * [ ] * [ ] * [ ] * [ ] * [ ] Etc.
Worlds refer to groups of people who have similar experiences. No one sees or understands everything that needs to be seen and understood. The trick is to efficiently locate the missing information and understanding. Probing and comparing people’s perspectives (facts, opinions, assumptions, and ideas) provides a much more complete and therefore reliable picture of situations and possibilities.
So be sure to probe as many relevant worlds as possible.
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> I would like to understand the Worlds that make sense for neighborhoods. Look at Philip and Diane's work in Miami Beach. Look at Karl's community survey information. Look at McKnight's work and ABCD's take on neighborhoods. Also look at Bellingham Neighborhood charters.