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Presentación de la investigación "An Exploratory Journey into Sustainability Changemakers learning programs" desarrollada para el MSLS 2010, adaptada para ser presentada en ICEL 2011, congreso …

Presentación de la investigación "An Exploratory Journey into Sustainability Changemakers learning programs" desarrollada para el MSLS 2010, adaptada para ser presentada en ICEL 2011, congreso internacional de aprendizaje experiencial en Santiago, Chile, enero 2011.

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  • 1. An Exploratory Journey intoChangemakers Learning Programs towards Sustainability Claudia Raffo Pablo Villoch
  • 2. Research TeamChieko Azuma Pablo Villoch Elvio Coletinha
  • 3. AdvisorsCesar Levy Franca André Benaim
  • 4. Presentation Mind (20’) Mapping (20’) Card Game (20’)
  • 5. WilliamKamkwamba Malawi
  • 6. Master’s in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability
  • 7. Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development:The Natural Step Framework naturalstep.org bth.se/msls Karl-Henrik Robert
  • 8. Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development:The Natural Step Framework System Success Strategic guidelines Actions Tools
  • 9. The World in a (metaphoric) Funnel Increasing resources consumption Increasing demand on ecosystem services Pressures to limit access to resources Companies Communities Sustainable Institutions society unsustainable Increasing world population Increasing conflicts and inequalities Decreasing trust and social cohesion Tiempo Root Cause: Disconnected mechanistic world view
  • 10. Changemakers for sustainability“Leadership is about learning how to shapethe future and about creating new realities” .Senge (1998)“Everyone can be a changemaker.”Drayton (2006)
  • 11. Research Questions:Primary Question:What tool can we design for individuals to become asustainability changemaker, regardless of theiraccessibility to institutionalized programs, which reflectsthe assumptions of the leading-edge learning programsfor changemakers?”Secondary Question:Which of the assumptions that guide the design ofsome of the leading-edge learning programs forchangemakers best serve for everyone to become asustainability changemaker?
  • 12. MethodsMethods: Our Journey through the U
  • 13. Methods: Our Journey through the U 1. Co-initiating 5. Co-evolving Listen to others and to what life calls you to do •Literature review and Online resource review 4. Co-creating Prototype a 2. Co-sensing microcosm of the new Data collection •Thesis writing, reviewing, rewriting. • Dialogues with participants, coaches, •Tool design : organizers Brainstorming , Focus group, • Participatory Online survey, Observation 3. Co-presencing Retreat and Reflect, allow the inner knowing to emerge •Analysis of findings
  • 14. Methods: Our Journey through the U 1. Co-initiating Listen to others and to what life calls you to do •Literature review •Online resource review
  • 15. Methods: Our Journey through the U 1. Co-initiating Listen to others and to what life calls you to do •Literature review •Online resource review 2. Co-sensing Data collection • Dialogues with participants, coaches, organizers • Participatory Observation
  • 16. “Certainly the schools who have come together for this event are amongst the most innovative in the world.”(Peter Senge, about the Art of Hosting, Karlskrona, Sweden, February 2010)
  • 17. Research Methods interviews
  • 18. Interviewee Role, InstitutionZulma Patarroyo KaosPilot , ColombiaPaul Natorp Former Head of Studies, Kaos Pilots, DenmarkPete Sims Team Leader, Kaos PilotsPaul Haaversen Student, Kaos Pilot , Costa RicaLauren Gross Student, Kaos Pilot, USAWouter Kerstin Research & Innovation Director, ENVIU, NetherlandsJose Mari Luzarraga Lecturer & Coach, Mondragon Team AcademySari Veripää Coach, Mondragon Team Academy, FinlandLiher Pillado Coach, Mondragon Team AcademyMaitane Aramburu Student, Mondragon Team AcademyJose María Larrañaga Senior Lecturer at Mondragon UniversityMikelGantxegi Director MUNDUKIDEJavier Pradini EMAUS FUNDACION SOCIALIsabel Fernandez Coach, InnovandisPaul San Sebastian Coach, InnovandisJuan Garibi Director FIAREPablo Angulo Fourth Sector Transformation Strategy , INNOBASQUEPaul Ortega Internationalization Director, INNOBASQUECarolina Pereira ARTEMISIA , BrasilChristine Hogan Expert in Empowerment & Facilitation, AustraliaReinoud Meijer Executive Coordinator, YIP, NetherlandsClaudia Raffo Ontological coach, Chile
  • 19. Participatory observation
  • 20. Methods: Our Journey through the U 1. Co-initiating Listen to others and to what life calls you to do •Literature review and Online resource review 2. Co-sensing Data collection • Dialogues with participants, coaches, organizers • Participatory Observation 3. Co-presencing Retreat and Reflect, allow the inner knowing to emerge •Analysis of findings
  • 21. Methods: Our Journey through the U 1. Co-initiating Listen to others and to what life calls you to do •Literature review and Online resource review 4. Co-creating Prototype a 2. Co-sensing microcosm of the new Data collection •Thesis writing, reviewing, rewriting. • Dialogues with participants, coaches, •Tool design : organizers Brainstorming , Focus group, • Participatory Online survey, Observation 3. Co-presencing Retreat and Reflect, allow the inner knowing to emerge •Analysis of findings
  • 22. Visual Crowdsourcing
  • 23. MulticulturalFocus Group
  • 24. Online survey
  • 25. Methods: Our Journey through the U 1. Co-initiating 5. Co-evolving Listen to others and to what life calls you to do •Literature review and Online resource review 4. Co-creating Prototype a 2. Co-sensing microcosm of the new Data collection •Thesis writing, reviewing, rewriting. • Dialogues with participants, coaches, •Tool design : organizers Brainstorming , Focus group, • Participatory Online survey, Observation 3. Co-presencing Retreat and Reflect, allow the inner knowing to emerge •Analysis of findings
  • 26. Findings
  • 27. MSLS: Master in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability Tools Actions Key words Strategic guidelines • Safe space, experiential learning, peer learning, self reflection, personal development, science Success Success: • Leaders with knowledge of Strategic Sustainable Development + Organisational learning System World view: Mental • Individuals within a society within ecosphere in Models a metaphoric funnel
  • 28. Kaos Pilots (3 years program,Denmark) ToolsActions Strategic Key words:guidelines • Self confidence, authenticity, flexibility, identity, creative thinking, playfulness, design Success Success: • Creative entrepreneurs that navigate uncertainty for their own benefit and society. System World view: Mental • Self-motivated creative independent thinkers Models within business and social innovation field within a society.
  • 29. Mondragon Team Academy, (4 years program,Spain) ToolsActions Key words: Strategic • Rocket Model, team learning, real experiences,guidelines international experiences, passion and enthusiasm, brand, community, learning contract Success Success: • “Passionate Team-preneurs” and “personal System mastery/development” Mental World view: Models • Entrepreneurial Teams in a cooperative business world in a global economy
  • 30. Youth Initiative Program, ( 1 year, Sweden) ToolsActions Strategic Strategic Guidelines:guidelines • Learning by head/heart/hands, holding safe space, holism, trust, personal development. Success Success: • young people entrepreneurs with a holistic System aspect of self, society and life. World view: Mental Models • Interconnected whole with individual as mirror of the whole
  • 31. Assumptions
  • 32. Key Assumptions for Sustainability Changemakers KP MTA YIP MSLSHuman Society is facing a Sustainability challenge, represented by the metaphore of a FunnelThe deeper root cause of unsustainability is the sense of “separation” embedded in thereductionist mechanistic world view.Success is defined as a sustainable society living within the four sustainability principlesA backcasting from sustainability principles perspective can help society to move strategicallytowards sustainabilitySelf-motivation and initiative: Learning must be purposeful, meaningfulLearning should be connected with personal self-development, self-identity and visionTrust in participants: Social systems have the capacity to self-organize themselves.Challenging the mental construction of self, the world, and their relationship expandsawarenessCollaboration: Peer learning, Team Learning and Team work helps a fruitful learningLearning happens through an experiential learning cycle: learning by doing connected withreal lifeFostering and holding a safe fertile space, providing basic tools facilitates learning from takingrisks and making mistakes Learners’s Self is the primary resource for learning: both intuition and logic are necessaryLearning is deeper and more authentic when head, heart and hands are integratedThere is diversity in learning styles and how people process new ideas and knowledge, solearning experiences should be inclusive with that diversityLearners need a non-judgemental space where they can open their heart to connectwith what really matters for them
  • 33. IT’S TIME TO PLAY THE GAME!
  • 34. YOUR JOURNEY
  • 35. Collective Shuffling Random walk And exchange cardsDon´t read them yet!!
  • 36. Grounding practice: BreathImagine yourself in front of a blank canvasBring the presence of someone special foryou, may be a mentor or a spiritual master (you already know who)
  • 37. What do I need to learn today? What is my burning question today? Free individual writing /drawingGo with the flow. Don’t think. Let it flow.
  • 38. What is my gift for the world? What future wants to emerge through me?What are those seeds of future waiting to be born?
  • 39. Now take a cardand reflect on its meaning.If it has no meaning for you, Try with another card
  • 40. Silence
  • 41. Collective mindmapping Express yourselfDraw whatever emerges
  • 42. Final circle: What happened Aha moments?What did I discover about me and my work? What is my next step? What am I going to do with what I learnt? How can we keep connected?
  • 43. meaningful consulting outofthepablo@glocalminds.comcraffo@outofthebox.cl
  • 44. VisionInspiration
  • 45. Guidelines from How the guidelines Learning Programs are reflected in the game•Hold a safe space for self-learning •Grounding practice, Challenge by choice•Help clarify identity and vision, •Cards that invite to reflect on the vision.•Use learner’s ‘self’ as primary •Learner centered gameinstrument•Help them face and master •Cards with inspirational quotes• VOC, VOJ, and VOF and powerful questions • Cards that invites player to•Integrate head, heart, and hands think, feel and act. •Structured template and cards with•Strategic Sustainable Development questions that guide the Backcasting process.
  • 46. KaosPilots Mondragon Team YIP Innovandis Global College Artemisia AcademyIntegrate Head, Peter Senge’s FifthWaldorf pedagogy, Learning as self Democracy into Practical training forHeart and Hand Discipline based on Rudolf transformation practice people who need to Steiner’s process. Develop skills toPlayful, Real Knowledge creation Anthroposophy Collaborate and Let students partake undertake work inworld, Streetwise, share success . in democratic social business.Risk taking, Learning by Doing. Action-oriented proceduresBalance, Team-preneur Practice and concerning all Selects and supportsCompassion Direct contact with experiment educational matters. Team Learning the needs and social business, in Team Company Innovate and early stages ofWin the student, aspirations of local make mistakes MultidisciplinaryWin the customer, communities. development and high Rocket Model Ask yourself what approach potential for socialWin the planet you expect and Overview of and economic impact, Personal Mastery how can you Work in groups andBody & Mind, current global offering all the Experience contribute cooperation in necessary technicalTheory & Practice, challenges Economy integrated projects and strategic supportLocal & Global Encourage to Encourage an pursue dreams to ensure their Dialogue Sessions, consolidation andChaordic, Social active role in theinnvoation Learning contract, Enjoy, because it’s accelerate their big picture. Learning Diary, the only way to growth.Business, Process Learning journeys Theory U learn . Case studiesand Project Design Build communityCreative and network aroundleadership your brand and customersConnect dreamswith world needs
  • 47. http://sites.google.com/site/yourlearningpath/
  • 48. Natural Cycles Closed System Open System for Matter For Energy 1) Nothing disappears 2) Everything spreads Sustainability: Fotosíntesis Society’s capacity to survive within the natual cycles Ciclos geológicos Ciclos geológicos lentos (erosión y lentos erupciones (sedimentación y volcánicas lentas) mineralización)
  • 49. How to destroy the natural cycles Phisical degradation of ecosystems Barriers that prevent people to satisfy their needs Introduction of artificial persistent components Relatively large flows of substances extracted from the earth crust
  • 50. 4 sustainability principles In a sustainable society, people ...are not subject to conditions that undermine their capacity to meet their needs And nature is not subject to the sistematical increase of ...concentrations of substances extracted from the Earth crust, ...concentration of substances produced by that society, ...degradation by phisical means.