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Learning Environment: Emergent Organizational Behavior

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  • 1. Learning Environment:Emergent OrganizationalBehavior - an innovative action learning journey into emergent collaboration,communication, followership and leadershipAnnette Dalsgaard VilainJacob B. Theilgaard
  • 2. Minecraft Organizational Lab • Interactive collaborative experiential learning • Emergent social structures • Temporary virtual organization • A Virtual Learning scaffold • Participants experiment with and learn about interaction • Based on what the members put in.http://theresapaden.com/
  • 3. Learning ecology Collaborative tasks Mine WIKI craft spaces Reflection Action and learning perspective facilitator
  • 4. Rationale Task Constructing Evaluating Emergent collaboration Planning Acting Reflection and Perspective
  • 5. Learning flow Mine WIKI spaces Mine craft craft Reflection Collabora and Collabor tive tasks perspectiv tive task ec Reflection Reflectio and Collabora and perspectiv tive tasks perspect e e Mine WIKI spaces craft WIKI spac Action learning facilitator
  • 6. System function and features Hardware Software
  • 7. Target audience and learningconditions• M.O.O.C• Interpersonal relation building• Open continuously enrollments• Self insight, organizational insight and group behavior• Will and ability to challenge oneself and learn from a combination of activity and reflection• Ex: HR, managers, consultants
  • 8. Business/implementationmodel:• Entry fee for Minecraft • Non- profit• Facilitator costs • Anchored in a knowledge• Technological support creation organization• Interactive branding social • Motivation driven media • Crowd sourcing
  • 9. Sustainability