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My lecture at the Israel Knowledge Management Forum Conference that took place March 2013 at the Open University Campus at Raanana. ...

My lecture at the Israel Knowledge Management Forum Conference that took place March 2013 at the Open University Campus at Raanana.

Based on the incredibly smart and insightful concept by Jack Ring.

What are the steps to take on the road from the lonely islands of solitary work to the large continent of collaboration?
from narrow scoping to broad sharing and co-learning?
from limited productivity to top synergic efficiency?
OK, you got the point

These are the 10 steps. From C to C to reach the Complete Co-Convergence

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The 10 c's ladder of synergic collaboration and growth Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 1The 10 Cs Ladder of SynergicCollaboration and GrowthConcept: Jack RingRealization: Avigdor Sharon
  • 2. How to work effectively together
  • 3. First thing First – Step 1: ConnectConnectHello WorldIs there anybody out there?Dr. Livingstone, I presumeWhat: discover one anotherHow: access and attention
  • 4. The essential next step – Step 2:CommunicateConnectCommunicateWhat: Share interests and valuesHow: Common languageWould you like a cup of coffee?We come in peaceMe Tarzan, you Jane
  • 5. Really Getting Together - Step 3: ConvergeConnectCommunicateConvergeWhat: Common compelling purposeHow: Shared self-respect, SharedMotivationsBy this, we assembled todaTogether we stand, Divided we fall
  • 6. Down to Business - Step 4: CommitConnectCommunicateConvergeCommitWhat: New stage of personal bestHow: Principledrelationship, Courage to planAre you in?Kneel, Sir Robert
  • 7. The Big Leap Forward - Step 5: CooperateConnectCommunicateConvergeCommitCooperateWhat: Compatible ActionsHow: Willing to waitTell me when you are doneLet’s do that together
  • 8. Into the Groove - Step 6: Co-celebrateConnectCommunicateConvergeCommitCooperateCo-celebrateWhat: Enjoying one anotherHow: Time and Space, including faceto faceThat was so much funThe drinks are on me
  • 9. Reaching the Pinnacle? Step 7: CollaborateConnectCommunicateConvergeCommitCooperateCo-celebrateCollaborateWhat: Help one anotherHow: Desire to serve"Just a world that we all must share,Its not enough just to stand and stare,is it only a dream that therell be nomore turning away“- David Gilmour
  • 10. No, There is more to it - Step 8: Co-learnConnectCommunicateConvergeCommitCooperateCo-celebrateCollaborateCo-learnWhat: Meaningful reflection, learnacrossintellectual, practical, intuitionaland spiritual dimensionsCo-learning is not only for the academyand the yeshiva. Co-learning in theworkplace? YES!Because co-learning makes uswiser, more creative and morecompetitive and it is so much fun thanlearning alone…
  • 11. Synergy Pays Off - Step 9: Co-facilitateConnectCommunicateConvergeCommitCooperateCo-celebrateCollaborateCo-learnCo-facilitateWhat: Value Out of the relationshipexceeds the Value In and does soexponentiallyHow: each party is enhancing andleveraging every other party’s efforts1 + 1 = 3
  • 12. Into Space, and Beyond - Step 10: Co-evolveConnectCommunicateConvergeCommitCooperateCo-celebrateCollaborateCo-learnCo-facilitateCo-evolveWhat: proactive change in orchestrated(minimal conflict and waste) way becauseparticipants’ levels of consciousnessforesee the common good.How: Joy-enabled Level ofConsciousness, self-perception ofworthiness" Years of research have found that only 17% of people within theworkplace play to their strengths most of the time. For everyone’ssake this number needs to be higher. Have you ever experiencedbeing at work and doing something where you really felt as if youwere in the groove? You know, those activities that left youfeeling energized, powerful and strong? It felt great didn’t it? Theseare the activities that STRENGTHEN you.“- Buckingham (2005)
  • 13. So how can we put it to use?1. Set a meeting with your group in a casual & fun settingShow this scale and have an open discussion• At which level are we within our team• At which level are we within our larger group• At which level are we within the organization• At which level are we within cross-unit workgroups• At which level are we in relation to family, peers on the internet, business partnersand customers• At which level is our organization
  • 14. So how can we put it to use?ConnectCommunicateConvergeCommitCooperateCo-celebrateCollaborateCo-learnCo-facilitateCo-evolveWe may be surprised to find out that we can be atdifferent levels at the same time in relation to differentpeople and in different circumstancesWithin Our teamWith OurgroupWith Colleagueson the web
  • 15. So how can we put it to use?1. Figure out what are the main reasons for a high level on some engagementsand to a lower level at others? What are the facilitators or the barriers thatyou experience?2. Now, think together and find how we can move up the ladder• Focus on moving up 1 or 2 steps only (don’t ever try to jump on a ladder…)• Discuss why are reach higher levels in some cases and lower levels in other cases –what are the causes – work processes? Culture? Other causes?• Set 2-3 action items to mitigate the hurdles that you found and to achieve the goal ofmoving up one step (or two steps for the daring)• Set time limits to achieve this3. Set timely get-togethers and benchmarks to keep on top of progress4. After this was successful and the new level has become a habit for theteam, repeat it to move one level higher again
  • 16. 16Jack Ring – Systemist, Innovation Management, EduceLLC, OntoPilot LLC, Kennen Technologies LLCLinkedIn | Google+Avigdor Sharon - Enterprise Knowledge Solutions Architect,AmdocsAmdocs | Email | LinkedIn | Facebook | Google+Thank You