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Leadership 2.0 Why local authorities need to be learning organisations Dave Briggs Community Evangelist
Learning Pool?
@davebriggs [email_address] www.davepress.net
@davebriggs [email_address] www.davepress.net
 
From the benefits office to Downing Street in 5 years (and a blog)
There’s a revolution going on
 
 
With a frightening pace of change
It’s not hard to see that this affects all levels of government
Focus has been on comms and PR
But it’s really not all about Twitter!
 
How can an organisation talk to people on the outside, when people inside aren’t talking to each other?
 
Blogs Social networks Collaborative authoring Podcasting Status updates elearning
 
 
 
 
The interesting thing about social software is not the software. It’s the implications of using it.
Openess Transparency Collaboration Cooperation
(This also means you don’t need to know much about technology to be able to use it effectively)
Managing: Change Knowledge Talent Risk Ideas
In other words, becoming a  learning organisation
Now is the time for change
Drivers:  efficiency & improvement Enablers:  innovation & collaboration Domains:  culture & technology
All this has to embedded in Process Structure Systems Strategy
All these things need leadership
All these things change leadership
What matters now?
Co-creation Passion Learning Openness Listening Generosity
Councillors can:
Close the gap between themselves and council officers
Question how innovation is managed in the council
Ask how silos are being broken down
Ask how knowledge is being managed
Start doing all this yourselves
Thanks for listening
www.learningpool.com www.moderncouncillor.com www.davepress.net
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Presentation to the Councillor 10 event on 4 Feb 2010 on how councillors can provide leadership to encourage change within councils, with a sprinkling of 2.0 goodness.

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  • The six elements of the new leadership on slide 33 (co-creation, passion, learning, openness, listening and generosity) are pinched from Jemima Gibbons, who wrote about technology and organisational culture in the rather excellent book 'Monkeys with typewriters'. See http://www.monkeyswithtypewriters.co.uk/
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    1. 1. Leadership 2.0 Why local authorities need to be learning organisations Dave Briggs Community Evangelist
    2. 2. Learning Pool?
    3. 3. @davebriggs [email_address] www.davepress.net
    4. 4. @davebriggs [email_address] www.davepress.net
    5. 6. From the benefits office to Downing Street in 5 years (and a blog)
    6. 7. There’s a revolution going on
    7. 10. With a frightening pace of change
    8. 11. It’s not hard to see that this affects all levels of government
    9. 12. Focus has been on comms and PR
    10. 13. But it’s really not all about Twitter!
    11. 15. How can an organisation talk to people on the outside, when people inside aren’t talking to each other?
    12. 17. Blogs Social networks Collaborative authoring Podcasting Status updates elearning
    13. 22. The interesting thing about social software is not the software. It’s the implications of using it.
    14. 23. Openess Transparency Collaboration Cooperation
    15. 24. (This also means you don’t need to know much about technology to be able to use it effectively)
    16. 25. Managing: Change Knowledge Talent Risk Ideas
    17. 26. In other words, becoming a learning organisation
    18. 27. Now is the time for change
    19. 28. Drivers: efficiency & improvement Enablers: innovation & collaboration Domains: culture & technology
    20. 29. All this has to embedded in Process Structure Systems Strategy
    21. 30. All these things need leadership
    22. 31. All these things change leadership
    23. 32. What matters now?
    24. 33. Co-creation Passion Learning Openness Listening Generosity
    25. 34. Councillors can:
    26. 35. Close the gap between themselves and council officers
    27. 36. Question how innovation is managed in the council
    28. 37. Ask how silos are being broken down
    29. 38. Ask how knowledge is being managed
    30. 39. Start doing all this yourselves
    31. 40. Thanks for listening
    32. 41. www.learningpool.com www.moderncouncillor.com www.davepress.net
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