Organizational culture and Adoption of Change

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Organizational culture and Adoption of Change

  1. 1. Organizational Culture and Adoption of Change Mercy Falconí Johnny Ordóñez
  2. 2. Starting a new TW Office
  3. 3. The People 7 Ecuadorians 2 Spanish 1 Canadian 1 Australian 1 Cuban 1 Bolivian Panchito All in the same room!
  4. 4. What is Culture?
  5. 5. “ It  is  the  acquired  pair  of  glasses  through   which  we  see  life.     ” – Mbarek A.
  6. 6. I  u ulture   “ nderstand  cthat  is   as  a  treasure   a  part  of  our   collec6ve  memory,   of  our  percep6on  of   ourselves.     – Lidija N. ”
  7. 7. “ The  more  we   know  about  the   cultures  of   others  the  more   open-­‐minded,   tolerant  &  global   we  become.     ” – Samir El A.
  8. 8. “ Culture  is  something   that  unites  people.   – Anastasiya O. ”
  9. 9. Behaviors Mental Models Beliefs & Values
  10. 10. Behaviors Mental Models Beliefs & Values
  11. 11. Change starts here! Behaviors Mental Models Beliefs & Values
  12. 12. Behaviors Mental Models motivation feelings emotions expectations childhood paradigms hope parents True Change starts here! Beliefs & Values
  13. 13. Agile Adoption tdd Practices Principles Values True Change starts here! standup pairing quality simplicity collaboration working software individuals interactions humilty patience transparency passion feedback respect courage Behaviors Mental Models Beliefs & Values
  14. 14. Agile Adoption tdd standup pairing Doing Agile quality simplicity collaboration working software individuals interactions humilty patience transparency passion feedback respect courage Being Agile
  15. 15. Learning   Leadership   Innova6on   Transforma6onal  Change  
  16. 16. the key - the journey sensing     +   presence     presencing  
  17. 17. One process – 5 movements 1. Co-initiating: uncover common intent stop and listen to others and to what life calls you to do 5. Co-evolving: embody the new in ecosystems that facilitate acting from the whole 2. Co-sensing: 4. Co-creating: observe, observe, observe prototype the new connect with people and places to sense the system from the whole in living examples to explore the future by doing 3. Presencing: connect to the source of inspiration and will go to the place of silence and allow the inner knowing to emerge
  18. 18. Leadership Capacities Performing  by     Holding  the  Space   opera6ng  from  the  whole   listen  to  what  life  calls   you  to  do   embodying   suspending   Observing   Prototyping  the  new  by     linking  head,  heart,  hand   with  fresh  eyes   redirec,ng   enac,ng   Sensing     Crystallizing     vision  and  inten6on    from  the  field     le.ng  go   le.ng  come   Presencing     connec6ng  to  Source   Who  is  my  Self?  What  is  my  Work?  
  19. 19. Levels of Listening LISTENING  1:        from  habits   Downloading   reconfirming  old     opinions  &  judgments   habits  of  judgment     LISTENING  2:         Factual        from  outside   listening     no6cing             Open     Mind   disconfirming     [new]  data   Open     Heart   seeing  through     another  person‘s  eyes   emo6onal  connec6on   differences   LISTENING  3:        from  within   Empathic     listening   LISTENING  4:     Genera6ve        from  Source   listening   (from  the  future     wan6ng  to  emerge)   Open     Will   connec6ng  to  an     emerging  future  whole;     shiO  in  iden6ty  and  self  
  20. 20. Field:   Structure   Of  AKen,on   Field   1 Downloading: Talking nice I-in-me 2 Debate: Talking tough I-in-it I-in-you 3 Dialogue: Reflective inquiry 4 Presencing: Generative flow I-in-now Speaking  from  what  they  want  to  hear   Polite  rou6nes,  empty  phrases         Au:s:c  system  (not  saying  what  you  think)     Speaking  from  what  I  think   Divergent  views:  I  am  my  point  of  view   Adap:ve  system  (say  what  you  think)   Speaking  from  seeing  myself  as  part     of  the  whole   From  defending  to  inquiry  into  viewpoints   Self-­‐reflec:ve  system  (reflect  on  your  part)     Speaking  from  what  is  moving  through   S6lness,  collec6ve  crea6vity,  flow   Genera:ve  system   (iden6ty  shiO:  authen6c  self)    
  21. 21. Old Way to Change Knowledge Think Change
  22. 22. Three valuable steps See Feel Change
  23. 23. Anti-Tobacco campaign
  24. 24. Want Your Organization to Change? Put Feelings First!
  25. 25. MUITO OBRIGADOS! Mercy: @Facar_Paulina Johnny: @JohnnyOrdonez alsa   ee  S 1  Fr ith   son  w les  talk   this

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