Change mapping out a master plan


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Change mapping out a master plan

  1. 1. PBOG The Sociology of Organisational Life By Clive Burgess Copyright October 2011● The Master Plan● Patterns of Behaviour● Promoting PBOG● Activity Theory - Plans● Social Relationships
  2. 2. Mapping Out a Master Plan Societies Examples Development Seen as History Local Councils Division of Labour Organisations Code of Conduct Activity Theory Rational Organisation & CDM Regulations Internalised Plan ISO 14001 Activity System P B O G LAW Activity Theory Rules OUTCOME Behavioural Behavioural ChangeTransformation Stuff Control Gsr, Interpersonal HSE Behaviour & Waste Social Relationships CHEP UK Ltd AwarenessPBOG: The sociology of organisational life Clive Burgess Copyright October 2011
  3. 3. Investigating modelsInvestigating models of behaviour• Theory of Planned Behaviour• Theory of Reasoned Action• Theory of Interpersonal Behaviour• Values-Belief theory• Social Cognitive theory• Norm Activation theory• Protection Motivation theory• Competences learning model
  4. 4. Interrogating theoriesInterrogating theories of behaviour change• Diffusion of Innovations• Lewin’s Change Theory• Stages of Change model• Input/output Persuasion model• Cialdini’s factors of influence• Community-based social marketing• Information, Motivation, Behavioural Skills Model• Organisational change theories• Community organisation theories• Models of Learning, i.e. double-loop learning and group learning
  5. 5. Promoting PBOG on the Internet 1 to 9 slides Slide Show Pearltree You Tube Mega Clive B PBOG PBOG Linked In Web Site Wix Twitter Facebook That security blokes blog spot PBOG: The sociology of organisational lifeClive Burgess Copyright October 2011
  6. 6. PBOG - PlanPlans as Situated Action: An Activity Theory Approach to Workflow SystemsJakob E. BarriramComputer Science Department, Aarhus University and Kommunedata I/S,Denmark.A New Understanding of Plans Based on Activity Theory Based on Activity Theory a plan can be defined as a cognitive or materialartefact which supports the anticipatory reflection of future goals for actions,based on experience about recurrent structures in life. an artefact, the plan issocially constructed, is eventually crystallised into a material form, is sharedamong the actors in the work practice, is used to mediate work, and constitutea central part of the organisations material conditions for work. A plan is aseries of expectations to future results under certain conditions and theexecution becomes an afferent synthesis between the plan and the conditionsof the concrete situation. The fundamental feedback loop in the course of anactivity forms the basis for a learning process embedded in the activity. Thislearning process creates and enhances the plan, which was originally theguiding principle for the activityClive Burgess Copyright October 2011
  7. 7. PBOG - PlanProducing and Altering Plans in the Course of WorkThe experience of using a plan to guide an activity under certainconditions is obtained during the activity itself. So, in order for plans tobecome resources for the future realisation of an activity, the planshould be made as part of this activity -situated planning. , it isimportant that the planning tool allows for the ongoing creation andmodification of a plan based on obtained experience in realising theplan.Humans are distinct in their abilities to articulate an intention,then to wilfully plan to act on it, and reflect on their actions interms of their intentions. Jakob E. Barriram
  8. 8. Activities - PBOG – Social RelationshipsSociety = the sum total of or an ensemble of social relationships...How do you define social relationships?A relationship is a quality which can be stated only of two or moreentities together where each refers to the other, not of some singlething.Relationships may be physical, biological, social or cultural.Example Physical: Cup and Saucer... Biological: Bird and an egg...Social: Husband and Wife... or Home and Work... Cultural: A noun anda verbSocial relationships are where some entity recognised as beingsocial that is people, organisations or societies, are constantly ininteraction with each other at some level or another. Clive Burgess Copyright October 2011
  9. 9. PBOG - RelationshipsRelationships: Relationships when viewed as social relationships....A relationship is an interaction between two people... a husband and a wife isa home relationship … a boss and a worker is a work relationship... aninterrelationship strictly speaking is a relationship between two relationships.A relationship between two relationships in the homebetween husband and wife and relationships at work between a boss and aworkerInterrelationships are therefore relationships between relationships... a womanas a worker at work and the woman as a wife at homeBy extension intra-relationships is an activity carried on within a relationshipfor example the wife having sex with the husband but not with her boss thatwould be extra-relationships.. Clive Burgess Copyright October 2011