John Warfield Exhibit

Browse Items (17 total)

Participants at a Naval Surface Weapons Center Interactive Management session observe questions presented on the large screen computer display.

Two soldiers hold a conversation during an Interactive Management workshop.

Participants work on individual assignments during an Interactive Management for Ford Motor Company in 1994.

Alexander Christakis, Director of the Center for Interactive Management, leads an IM session in 1984 with the Naval Surface Weapons Center.

Warfield points to a problematique posted on the wall of a 1993 Ford Motor Company Interactive Management workshop.

This 1985 photo shows the specially constructed Demosophia - the Interactive Management Situation Room - at George Mason University, in Thompson Hall.

Problematique output from 1995 IM session with SRA for DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency).

A three-dimensional computer rendering of the Demosophia at Southwest Fisheries Science Center, used for Interactive Management workshops.

This 1998 plan for an expanded IM workspace at Ford was never constructed. Cost was estimated at $3.3 million.

A typical computer generated question is projected on a large screen television monitor during a 1984 IM workshop with the Naval Surface Weapons Center.

Southwest Marine Fisheries Center IM session on or before Feb 1990. Program Planning and Evaluation Officer David Mackett can be seen facilitating.

Ben Broome and a colleague man laptops in a 1995 IM session with SRA International on behalf of DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency).

This 1985 plan shows the layout of the "Demosophia," the situation room for Interactive Management, located at George Mason University.

Participants vote during a 1990 IM session at Southwest Marine Fisheries Center.

Facilitator Ben Broome leads 1995 IM session with SRA for DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency).

Facilitator Benjamin Broome from George Mason University talks on the phone during a 1994 Ford Motor Company Interactive Management session.

The Interactive Management process is comprised of 5 distinct components, seen in this diagram. The drawing is taken from 1985's "A Course in Generic Design."