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Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3
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Mls125 group d_flipped_lesson v3

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  1. Group DAug 16th 2012Group Members: Jackie Wum, Lilian Lee, Andy Lee, June Tan
  2. Lesson Outline• Recap of PAL in PALS framework (Kotter)• Food for Thought• Activity: Sustaining Change (Mindmeister)• Driver for Change• Activity: Reflection (Google Form)• Consolidation
  3. Step 1: Create UrgencyP lanning Step 2: Form a Powerful Coalition Kotters 8-Step Change Model Step 3: Create a Vision for ChangeArticulating Step 4: Communicate the VisionL eading Step 5: Remove Obstacles Step 6: Create Short-term Wins Step 7: Build on the ChangeS ustaining Step 8: Anchor the Changes in Corporate Culture
  4. Food for thought What sustaining change means to you?• Lilian: Sustaining change is the drive to maintain, prolong and expound on the positive outcomes from the articulated ICT plans.• June: Sustaining change is where you see a real change in the behavior, change in not just the mind but also the heart.• Jackie: Sustaining change is to overcome the inertia to settle into a new state.• Andy: Sustaining change is a journey from managing change to embracing change.
  5. Sustain, SustainingSustain:•To support, hold, or bear up from below; bear theweight (a burden) of, as a structure. (endurewithout giving way or yielding).•To keep up or keep going, as an action or process(e.g. to sustain a conversation).Sustaining•Strengthen or support physically or mentally.•Cause to continue or be prolonged for an extendedperiod or without interruption. Activity 1
  6. Sustainability PhaseStep 6: Create Short-term WinsThe purpose of this step is to demonstrate that progress isoccurring. We need to achieve visible, timely andmeaningful improvement.•Nothing motivates more than success.Give a taste of victory early in the change process. Withoutthis, critics and negative thinkers might hurt your progress.•Create short-term targets – not just one long-termgoal.You want each smaller target to be achievable, with littleroom for failure.Your change team may have to work very hard to come upwith these targets, but each "win" that you produce canfurther motivate the entire staff.
  7. Sustainability PhaseStep 7: Build on the ChangeThis step is critical to ensure that the guidingteams are persisting, monitoring and measuringprogress, and not declaring victory prematurely.Do not declare victory too early.Real change runs deep. Quick wins are only thebeginning of what needs to be done to achievelong-term change.Keep looking for improvements to thechange(s).Each little success provides an opportunity tobuild on what went right and identify what youcan improve.
  8. Sustainability PhaseStep 8: Anchor the Changes inCorporate CultureTo make any change stick, it should become part of theschool culture. Your school culture often determineswhat gets done, so the values behind your vision mustshow in day-to-day work.Recognize, reward and model the new behaviorLeaders must do this in order to embed it is the fabric ofthe school and make the change “business as usual”.Make change highly visibleMake continuous efforts to ensure that the change isseen in every aspect of your school. This will help givethat change a solid place in your school’s culture.Leaders to continue to support the changeThis includes existing staff and new leaders who arebrought in. If you lose the support of these people, youmight end up back where you started.
  9. Activity: Sustaining Change (13 mins)• Apart from reviewing the slides from past lessons, please check out these resources first before coming to class. – V-formation (video) – SUCCESS model (article) – Change is good … You go first (video) – Intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation (article)
  10. Activity: Sustaining Change (13 mins)• For each group (A, B, C), please use the same mindmap to brainstorm for attributing factors to sustaining change.• Log in to http://www.mindmeister.com• User Id: mls125a@gmail.com• Password: mindmap125a• Please nominate a spokesperson to share with the rest.
  11. BackupActivity: Sustaining Change (13 mins) plan• Please brainstorm for attributing factors to sustaining change.• Add your ideas on http://wallwisher.com/wall/sustainingchange• One idea on one post-it please.• Please nominate a spokesperson to share with the rest.
  12. Driver for Change (The Straits Times, Monday, July 23, 2003)
  13. Driver for Change (The Straits Times, Monday, July 23, 2003)
  14. Activity: Reflection (7 min)• Recall an incident where your school has failed or succeeded in the sustainability phase.• Do you think we should only celebrate success? Do you think we should also celebrate failure?• Enter them into this Google Form.
  15. Step 1: Create UrgencyP lanning Step 2: Form a Powerful Coalition Kotters 8-Step Change Model Step 3: Create a Vision for ChangeArticulating Step 4: Communicate the VisionL eading Step 5: Remove Obstacles Step 6: Create Short-term WinsS Step 7: Build on the Change ustaining Step 8: Anchor the Changes in Corporate Culture

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