The first online co-development platform
It couldn’t be easier to organise your co-development sessions online with SquareMeeting
These are the places where codevelopment has already been experimented (face-to-face or online) -to our knowledge.
Dark red pins = initial inventory, July 2021.
Bright red pins = inventory update, Nov. 2021.
Yellow pins = update Dec. 2021
How does it work ?
Your experience with ViTi
An example of how an e-Codev® session is conducted with SquareMeeting
Choosing a subject
Each member of the group indicates the skill which he or she wants to work on throughout the session
Exploring the situation
The person whose subject is chosen explains the situation, without being interrupted. The participants listen without saying anything, then clarify the situation for themselves and the
client by asking questions to improve their understanding. There’s no solution at this stage; this forces the group to understand before intervening.
Making and reformulating a request
The questioning stage enables the client to specify their request. Every participant reformulates their understanding of this request. The group agrees on a session contract and enters an input phase.
For whom ?
Are you a coach, consultant or HR professional who wants to organise remote co-development sessions using a simple, effective and structured tool?
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Why choosing SquareMeeting ?
A solution which is easy to use and understand, both for co-development facilitators and
Various features ensure efficient and collaborative interaction.
The sessions are structured: the various stages are prepared beforehand by the facilitator
with titles, sub-stages, time limits and features.
Save time by organising remote sessions.
There’s no video, so participants are more receptive and open up more easily.
Technical support is available 5 days a week, along with sales support to help you with your
Find out more about e-Codev® by joining an introductory session
The remote session lasts 1.5 hours. You will need a computer with access to the Internet,
ideally using the Chrome browser.
The introductory session is a real co-development session. Every participant attends with a real issue to address: a project, a problem or a concern.