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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.

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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  • 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
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  • From the benefits office to Downing Street in 5 years (and a blog)
  • There’s a revolution going on
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  • 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!
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  • How can an organisation talk to people on the outside, when people inside aren’t talking to each other?
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  • Blogs Social networks Collaborative authoring Podcasting Status updates elearning
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  • 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