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By Rosemarie Wuite at the event: Network Approaches and Alliance Management, organised by MDF and PSO on 13 April 2011 in Utrecht, NL: This presentation was developed by a network ...

By Rosemarie Wuite at the event: Network Approaches and Alliance Management, organised by MDF and PSO on 13 April 2011 in Utrecht, NL: This presentation was developed by a network facilitator/practitioner.
It gives some examples of how a network facilitator could foster network
dynamics and identifies some puzzles to further brainstorm around.

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  • Acrtion  Reflection  Analyse & Strategise  Planning  Action
  • Action : Include members in organising, chairing, facilitating and evaluating meetings Tool : E.g. triangle of change; 2. Action : unpack roles & responsibilise people Tools : network analysis & triangle of change 3. Action : Give alternative to fixed working groups approach Tool : market space approach & Spiral of innovations 4. Action : include this as an operating principle (e.g. OM)
  • 6. Action : peer-to-peer interviewing; 7. with e.g. conflict resolution skills and in-depth knowledge about context specific social change 8. Action: Agree on decision making process and means of communication Visualise core strategic frameworks Identify communication needs for various purposes and audiences Tools : network analysis 10. Tools : circle of coherence
  • 2. Action : Always ask why? and how? in addition to what? 5. Action : Doing a time-line session
  • 4. community participation new members ; (maybe buddy-system) international members

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  • Fostering Network Dynamics -Let it bubble- Utrecht, 13 April 2011 Rosemarie Wuite
    • What/Who is IANRA?
      • How did it come into existence?
      • Role Niza
      • Organisation & purpose
    • Ways to foster dynamics;
      • IANRA Pearls & Puzzles
    Outline
    • Emerging network on NR (since April 2009)
    • 24 MOs, 9 countries
    • Local-national-regional-international
    • Diverse set of members
    I - INTRO
    • movie
    I - Solidarity Movement
    • Evolve into:
    • Solidarity movement
    • supportive platform, of linking and learning
    • to unite behind a common community driven agenda
    • serves as a well-informed and credible reference point for information and opinion on natural resource management.
    • WHY & HOW=key learning Qs
    I– FINDING A SHARED AMBITION AND PURPOSE
    • General Assembly
    • Steering Committee
    • Secretariat
    • Coordinator
    • National groupings
    • Working groups
    I – FINDING AN ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE FOLLOW THE ENERGY
    • SHARING OWNERSHIP & BUILDING TRUST (1)
    • Decentralise leadership & encourage and value informal leadership;
    • Understanding and clarifying roles and expectations;
    • Let things bubble;
    • Value the resources within the network;
    • Value members working voluntarily
    II – WAYS TO FOSTER DYNAMICS - PEARLS - 1:
    • SHARING OWNERSHIP & BUILDING TRUST (2)
    • Peer-to-peer engagement & accountability
    • Facilitator from the South;
    • Communication ;
    • Applying rules without being selective;
    • Manage differences and group dynamics;
    • Face-to-face contact & rotational hosting of meetings;
    II – WAYS TO FOSTER DYNAMICS - PEARLS - 1:
    • BALANCE ACTION-REFLECTION
    • Action-learning approach;
    • Learning oriented donor;
    • Free actor;
    • Internalise where you come from and where you’re going
    • Include the ‘self’ and the ‘organisation’ when thinking of linking issues
    • Follow the energy
    • Celebrate gains
    II – WAYS TO FOSTER DYNAMICS - PEARLS -2:
    • Accountability ; Planning and learning in complex, dynamic environment
        • Balancing playing/gaming
        • Managing content based results and network capacity.
          • attribution
        • @ what level? Who should be included?
        • Celebrating “MOST BRILLIANT FAILURE”
    • Social movements vs alliance
    • Role and capacity of Coordinator/Secretariat
    • Membership; old/new; pace
    II - PUZZLES
    • “ E ffectiveness depends on the quality of the connections within the networks as well as those between the network and their environment ” – E.Wielinga
    • “ IANRA is no more than the people that make up the network ”- IANRA member
    • “ If you want to walk fast, walk alone. If you want to walk far, walk together ” - Xhosa wisdom
  • IANRA phambili! Thank you! www.ianra.org
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