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Tuesday, April 3 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Inclusive Decision Making for Business and Community

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Ron Gaydos – Pittsburgh Chamber of Cooperatives

Raqueeb Bey – Black Urban Gardeners and Farmers of Pittsburgh Cooperative

Ryan Haggerty – Work Hard Pittsburgh Cooperative

For all the good they can do, many businesses and community organizations can also be less inclusive in their decision making. Increasingly, businesses and community organizations see being more inclusive as a way to create more value in what they do. It’s of course about doing the right thing but also about “firing on all cylinders” and having a diverse set of skills and perspectives in the house.

Let’s talk about how some businesses and community organizations around Pittsburgh are doing it. They’re looking to non-hierarchical models for some of their decisions about the directions they take, who comes in to the business, and how policy is set.

We’ll listen to some people from innovative organizations committed to strengthening their inclusion practices, have a couple guided exercises, and even play a short board game called “Co-opoly” to illustrate and practice more inclusive and collaborative decision making.
You should walk out with new acquaintances and colleagues and allies in our quest to make Pittsburgh’s business and community development scene more inclusive, efficient, and vibrant.

We'll provide some light refreshments to tide you over in case you didn't eat before coming out.

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Ron Gaydos

Manager, Pittsburgh Chamber of Cooperatives
We're the hands-on resource for worker-owned and member-owned business in the Pittsburgh region!

Tuesday April 3, 2018 7:00pm - 9:00pm EDT
Repair the World 6022 Broad Street Pittsburgh, PA 15206