From the FAQ
What is Emergent Knowledge?
Emergent Knowledge is one of the last processes developed by David Grove before his untimely death in 2008. It is a process of self-discovery which involves the iterative use of clean questions.
Join us for a multi-level clean experience, with six of the world’s leading clean practitioners. Work on your own personal development, or focus on learning more about clean modelling - a fantastic Clean Learning opportunity.
Learn at your own pace to become a skilled and certified Clean Facilitator.
From the blog
On May 12th 2017, seventeen
adventurers – some experienced Clean Facilitators and some people brand new to
clean - assembled at Caitlin and Shaun’s house in West Kirby for
four days of clean facilitation. This is what happened...
A truly remarkable account of a mother's determination to do whatever it took for her autistic son to be at his best… and how this relates to clean.
On my very first day at infant school, I fell in love with the idea of being a teacher. How wonderful, I thought, to be standing at the front of the class telling everybody what to do. So I spent the next seventeen years working towards this ambition - and when I got my first teaching post, I walked into school feeling very proud of myself. I was a teacher at last!
From Recommended Reading
Insights in Space*
James Lawley and Marian Way
This book is all about how to facilitate people to solve personal and professional problems, generate ideas and access creativity by finding spaces to represent multiple perspectives and developing a network of possibilities. Learn David Grove’s Clean Space process and discover how to adapt it for any context, including with groups.
The Power of Six*
Philip Harland worked for an extended period with the late David Grove as he was developing Emergent Knowledge and The Power of Six. This is a brilliant book which explains the process and how it works.