First in a general sense, I agree with James on the tags and this question itself being too broad as it stands. However, I do think it could be limited to a scope allowable by SE and Worldbuilding (or at least other similar questions could be). So I want to speak to this.
At this point the question asks 4 questions (one is in the header to the bullet points):
- resources that you have used in worldbuilding
- What are some of the more successful frameworks and engaging approaches that have helped you connect a re-imagined future to the current status quo?
- Has anyone encountered a packaged thought exercise that that frames and guide this kind of activity which I could adapt to a different audience?
- What hasn’t been helpful? And what holes do you see in this approach?
Now the OP just needs to remove the first question - that is always too broad and a list style answer which is counter to SE's model. However, 2-4 could be saved if the OP did some research on his own and asked about specific methodologies. For example, for this or future questions:
Asking: When participating in world-building workshops, did you find that storyboarding (or story maps) were an engaging and effective method for developing processes within the world?
OR: Did picking a well-known story or fairy tale, and then further developing the world behind the story allow people to better grasp world-building concepts by providing a framework to start with? Did you encounter any major problems with this approach?
OR: Did grouping participants and then using an open brain storming session within the groups to build essential traits of a selected environment (then sorting, cataloging, and expanding based on these) provide both engagement and creative discussion among the groups?
These questions ask about either a specific methodology or practice or a limited number of them (if all 3 were asked on the same question). By doing this one helps to ensure answers have a focus and are not too broad.
So I think in general questions such as this are fine and even good to have included with the worldbuilding-processes tag. As long as they focus their scope onto a selection of methodologies rather than just "what have you used?" or "what are the best ones?". As this question has such an open scope - it is too broad and the OP would have to add language which limits the methodologies they are researching.
Most of this is based on participation on Academia.SE and what is allowed there & how I've learned/taught worldbuilding on occasion.