👉 This is a continuation of the Planning a Wedding task from Chapter 4. Values Cards.
You've been engaged to plan a wedding for a couple you don't know very well. They've told you that they value "community", and that the wedding should be about that.
You've decided to gather community-related values from all of the guests, via a survey.
- What questions do you ask?
- How do you collate, consolidate, and format the answers, so that you are collecting what we call values?
- Can you format the answers in such a way that you'll likely discover if two people share a community-related value, even if they used different words to describe it?
- Could you do better if, instead of a survey, you had an interview process?
- Imagine if you couldn't do the interviews yourself, but had to instruct others or even make a standard method for them. What would your standard method consist of?