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Current and Preferred Health Reality, LGU scorecard, Theory U, Problem Tree Analysis

Current and Preferred Health Reality, LGU scorecard, Theory U, Problem Tree Analysis

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  • A bridging leader must also know to analyze the present issues and concerns. This analysis is the picture of the current reality.There are different levels of reality that an individual faces – community/municipality, provincial/regional, national and even global. At each level, there are also different factors that contribute to the reality.It is important to step back and analyze the system or the situation.***site examples***
  • One way of analyzing the current situations is by looking at an issue and identifying its causes and effects.The key health issues or challenges in our municipality, which correspond to the trunk of the tree. The causes of these issues or challenges are similar to the roots of a tree, while the effects of these issues or challenges can be likened to the fruits of a tree. ***image of current reality***
  • This group work willdiscuss the current health outcomes of their municipality using a template where they shade their outcomes red, green or yellow according to performance.
  • - Identify a challenge that you face that contributes to the poor quality health situation in your community?- What are the causes?- What are the effects of the issue?
  • Problems are complex. If you own the problem, you have to understand the quality of life reality in your community. If we are going to create a new reality, we have toknow your existing reality.Ownership is not only taking charge of the problem, but also accepting that you are part of the problem. To change something, we must know intimately what we want to change.  Theory U
  • The basic premise of the theory is that we need to work through the different levels of response to effect the most change.The point is that you learn to move through the U, changing how you think about problems and challenges in the future.The U Process says that sustainable change means understanding the underlying causes of the current reality. Once a leader connects to his/her passion (regenerating), s/he works to break these underlying causes (the old structures, processes, and thinking) and develops new thinking, processes, and structures (or transform leadership, build new institutional arrangements, develop pro-poor policies and develop innovative programs – health change model) to support the preferred reality.***summarize key points******ask for anyquestions/clarifications***
  • ...in Theory U, after you have uncovered your current reality, you will now have to define your preferred reality. The preferred reality needs to be ADDRESSED by new thinking, processes, and structures.
  • Pics, text, symbols icons – may be used to graphically illustrate the situation.Good exercise to explain your particular perspectives.
  • Rich pictures are used to provide a model for thinking about the system and to help the analyst to gain an appreciation of the problem situation. These are artistic and individualistic expressions, and therefore not "right" or "wrong". However, participants through the instrument should be able to represent structure, processes and issues of the organization which could be relevant to the problem definition, and try to give an impression of the local climate. They must have thought holistically and have seen the relationships and connections that they may have otherwise missed. Rich pictures can be refined as our understanding of the system becomes clearer, and what we want becomes clearer.  SYSTEMS THINKING ***summarize key points******ask for anyquestions/clarifications***
  • The Bridging Leader owns the issue, understands its systemic analysis and recognizes the interests of its many stakeholders. The Bridging Leader makes a personal response to the issue. Ownership starts with the Bridging Leader developing self-awareness making a personal response to transform his/her reality after being aware of the different health challenges/issues and their implications to my local health system.
  • Ownership is a function of three things: personal values and experiences, current involvement and societal issue
  • The basic premise of the theory is that we need to work through the different levels of response to effect the most change.The point is that you learn to move through the U, changing how you think about problems and challenges in the future.

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  • 1. What is My Current Health Reality?
  • 2. Objectives1. Analyze status and elements of health inequities in your local health system.2. Identify issues and challenges, and their interrelationships in the local health system3. Identify causative factors and determinants that led to such current state.
  • 3. Current Realities That We Face GLOBAL NATIONAL MUNICIPAL National Government COMMUNITY Church or The Religious Workplace INDIVIDUAL Community National School Socio- Political Neighborhood Economic Situation Cultural Heritage The Individual & His/Her Reality 12
  • 4. Problem Tree Analysis Trunk: MAIN CHALLENGESRoots: CAUSES
  • 5. Group Work – Understanding Health Outcomes (Worksheet 3)Instruction: Using your current data, color each box of outcome with GREEN if it is 100%accomplished, YELLOW if it’s more than 50% Accomplished, and RED if it is below 50%.
  • 6. Group Work – Problem Tree AnalysisInstruction: Focusing on one Health Challenge highlighted in the MDGs specific for Health, trace the RootCauses of this Challenge in your municipality and the Effects of this poor health outcome.
  • 7. Group Work Each group will be allotted - 40 minutes to accomplish the task - 5 minutes to per group for presentation during plenary Time check:
  • 8. Processing What is my role in the present system? As a leader, what is being asked of me? What is my personal response to the current system?
  • 9. Theory U Creativity – Different Levels of Change Uncovering Creating a current reality preferred reality CHALLENGE RESPONSE Existing New structure structure Existing New processes processes Existing New thinking thinkingSource: Scharmer Re-generating
  • 10. What is My Preferred Health Reality?
  • 11. Objectives1. Reinforce the concept of a Bridging Leader through ownership.2. State your collective response to the challenges of improving health outcomes of the people in your respective municipalities.
  • 12. Group Work – Rich Picture1. Draw a picture of your ideal community in the future2. Include elements that represent your vision of desired improvements in the quality of life status of the people in your municipality. “Plant” your group’s Abundance Tree right in the middle of the picture as symbol and source of inspiration. Each group will be allotted - 30 minutes to accomplish the task - 2 minutes to per group for presentation during plenary Time check:
  • 13. Processing Did the rich picture show how we can look at and think about the system (review Worksheet 3)? As a leader, am I ready to transform the picture into reality?
  • 14. Bridging Leadership Framework
  • 15. Bridging Leadership Framework The leader is on his/her path when he/she is able to understand himself/herself and the issue that he/she is asked to face and this is consistent in his current involvement. An individual becomes a bridging leader, when he/she TAKES HIS/HER LIFE’S PURPOSE in addressing the issue that confronts his/her society.
  • 16. Theory U Creativity – Different Levels of Change Uncovering Creating a current reality preferred reality CHALLENGE RESPONSE Existing New structure structure Existing New processes processes Existing New thinking thinkingSource: Scharmer Re-generating
  • 17. Maraming salamat.