Mike Young tells me that he ran a very successful Confrontation Analysis workshop at Dstl on Tuesday. He used the Dilemma Explorer program which worked extremely well. I’m hoping that he’ll add as a comment to this post a short report. Watch this space….! Advertisements
It’s very easy for a newcomer to drama theory to think that once an options board has been constructed and dilemmas identified that’s the end of the analysis. However in my view there is much more to be done provided that the options board is seen as just one element in a more extensive process … More More than just the Options Board
Those readers of this blog who are familiar with DT1 and DT2 may be interested in the ‘customisation of DT2 that Mike Young uses to which he refers in comments which you’ll find in the ‘About Me’ section of this blog. https://dramatheory.wordpress.com/about/ (This isn’t the obvious location to find such a discussion but it is there … More ‘Versions’ of DT2
I thought it might be helpful to set up this topic to provide a location for people to post comments or questions about my recent book. Fire away!
There has been a certain amount of discussion here about the relative merits of the two versions of DST. Here is the post (copied from the Dilemmas Galore forum with Saul Howard’s permission) in which Nigel Howard first floated DT2. It should help you to make up your own minds on the topic: DILEMMAS GALORE … More DT1 and DT2
At the time of writing the Dilemmas Galore website is out of action so with Saul Howard’s permission I am posting on this blog a couple of fundamental drama theory documents for ease of reference. One of them is Nigel Howard’s ‘Dilemma Analysis Flowchart’ which provides a foolproof way of identifying the drama theoretic dilemmas in … More Dilemma Analysis
Luis Matos raised what I think is a very important point in his comment on my ‘lite’ Hillary Clinton analysis https://dramatheory.wordpress.com/2015/09/12/hillary-clintons-e-mail/ when he questioned whether the Options Boards used in Drama Theory can sufficiently capture the complexity of ‘real’ interactions. One argument has been that it is necessary but also sufficient to represent situations to the degree … More Handling complexity