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Resisting Change: If it's futile, why do so many people do it? From the presentation at the 2011 Sakai Conference in Los Angeles, CA - June 14-16 by Megan Perrone, rSmart and Kim Eke, UNC-Chapel …

Resisting Change: If it's futile, why do so many people do it? From the presentation at the 2011 Sakai Conference in Los Angeles, CA - June 14-16 by Megan Perrone, rSmart and Kim Eke, UNC-Chapel Hill
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  • 1. Resis%ng  Change:    If  It’s  Fu%le,  Why  Do  So  Many  People  Do  It?     Kim  Eke,  Manager,  Teaching  and  Learning  Interac%ve,  UNC  at  Chapel  Hill     Megan  Perrone,  Marke%ng  Manager,  rSmart  
  • 2. Agenda  •  Resis%ng  Change:  Theories    •  Change  Models   •  Diffusion  of  Innova%ons   •  CBAM  (Concerns-­‐based  Adop%on  Model)  •  Lessons  Learned  •  Brainstorm  session:  What  are  you  facing?       12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   2  
  • 3. Why  do  people  resist  change?     Fear  of  losing  money     Fear  losing  network  or   (reduc%on  in  salary  or  budget)     tradi%ons   Fear  of  not  having   Fear  of  not  being  involved  or  competences  to  change  old  habits  or  to  learn  new  things     FEAR     being  involved  in  the  change   process   Fear  of  losing  power,  control   Fear  of  losing  assignments  or   status     job   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   3  
  • 4. You  can  overcome  this  challenge  by  understanding  the  different  CHANGE  MODELS   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   4  
  • 5. Diffusion  of  Innova%on  Theory   KNOWLEDGE   Cogni%ve  thinking  phase:     Awareness  knowledge,  How-­‐to  knowledge,  Principles  knowledge    PERSUASION   AVtude  forma%on;  affec%ve  thinking  phase:   Seeks  informa%on,  decides  what  is  credible,  and  interprets     DECISION   Adop%on  or  rejec%on  phase:     Trailability  is  key  IMPLEMENTATION   Re-­‐Inven%on  phase:     Branding/Customiza%on/building  new  tools  may  occur   CONFIRMATION   Reinforcement  phase:   Seek  reinforcement  for  decision  already  made  or  reverse  decision     12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   5  
  • 6. Concerns-­‐Based  Adop%on  Model  (CBAM)   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   6  
  • 7. Change  models  can  help  us   Just  say  no!  You  want  us  to  change?!   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   7  
  • 8. LESSONS  LEARNED  FROM  OTHERS   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   8  
  • 9.  Get  faculty  involved  early,  o]en   University  of  California,  Santa  Cruz:   • Involve  faculty  in  the  tool  selec%on   • Involve  faculty  and  staff  in  the  configura%on     Session   • Test  and  tweak  the  configura%on  se[ngs  with   your  faculty   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   9  
  • 10. UNC  Faculty  Interviews   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   10  
  • 11. UNC  Innovators  site  &  events   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   11  
  • 12. Be  honest  &  transparent   Be  honest  about  which  old  tools   were  be^er,  but  focus  on  what  the   whole  package  brings  to  the  campus   (UCSC)       Host  mee%ngs  where  you  just   answer  ques%ons  (Pacific)       12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   12  
  • 13. UNC  12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   13  
  • 14. Provide  a  range  of  op%ons  University  of  Pacific:  • One  on  one  consulta%ons  • Provide  a  test  environment  so  faculty  can  try  Sakai  on  their  own    • Host  regular  training  workshops     Roger  Williams  University:   Create  faculty  and  student  mentors  that  can  encourage     par%cipa%on  and  help  with  training     12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   14  
  • 15. Be  crea%ve!  Express  yourself!   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   15  
  • 16. Cerritos  College   M.L.  BeVno,  Dean  of  Academic  Affairs  Engaging  the  campus  with  a  comic  strip   TalonMan  vs.  Dr.  OldSkool   h^p://www.rsmart.com/customers/success-­‐stories/cerritos-­‐college     12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   16  
  • 17. Par%cipate  in  the  Community   12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   17  
  • 18. Open  discussion  %me!    Let’s  break  off  into  groups!  WHAT  ARE  YOU  FACING?        ADD  IDEAS  HERE:    HTTPS://CONFLUENCE.SAKAIPROJECT.ORG/PAGES/VIEWPAGE.ACTION?PAGEID=75662756     12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   18  
  • 19. Evalua%ng:   S%ll  exploring  op%ons.  Pilo%ng  Sakai.    12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   19  
  • 20. Implemen%ng:  Decision  has  been  made  to  move  to  Sakai,  but  s%ll  need  to  implement,  configure,  train,  etc.     12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   20  
  • 21. Using:  Sakai  is  only  LMS  running  on  your  campus,  but  adop%on  rates  are  low.     12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   21  
  • 22. Ques%ons  to  Answer    •  What  are  your  biggest  challenges?  •  What  strategies  have  you  tried   that  worked  or  didn’t  work?  •  What  are  you  thinking  about   trying,  but  haven’t  yet?     12th  Sakai  Conference  –  Los  Angeles,  California  –  June  14-­‐16   22  

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