Step by step
- The participants use the template for the Wall of Knowledge or find a wall, a door, or a large piece of blank paper, a blackboard, or something similar. It is important that the Wall of Knowledge is visible and easy to access. Optionally, you could divide the Wall of Knowledge into the 3 phases – exploring, idea developing and creating.
- The participants use the Wall of Knowledge by displaying their knowledge, discoveries, sketches, and pictures on it. It is important for the co-creation that all the participants use the Wall of Knowledge on equal terms to ensure that all participants will feel ownership of it.
- The Wall of Knowledge will quickly be filled with material, and the participants will on multiple occasions need to “tidy up” the wall. This is a part of creating a flow in the process. If something is removed from the Wall of Knowledge it is a good idea to save it, as it may be used later in the process.