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Systems thinking conf ia 2011 final Systems thinking conf ia 2011 final Presentation Transcript

  • From Systems Thinking ToSystems DoingCollaboration Excellence forSustainable Results
  • 1. Get in trios with folks you don’t know2. List ways all three of you are connected that have nothing to do with: • This conference, • Systems thinking, or • With family 3 Minutes © Interaction Associates Inc. 2
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  • Systems Doing 1. seeing systems 3. engaging systems 2. mappingYOU systemsAREHERE Adapted from Sweeney & Schley 2010 © Interaction Associates Inc. 5
  • Living Systems Principles Interdependence System Integrity Diversity Cooperation & Partnership Rightness of Size Living Cycles Waste = Food Feedback Nonlinearity Emergent Properties Flux Shared Resources © Interaction Associates Inc. 6Adapted from Linda Booth Sweeney
  • 1. At your table, pick two or more principles and discuss how collaboration is required for these principles to operate effectively in organizations. Be prepared to provide examples to2. the group. 5 Minutes © Interaction Associates Inc. 7
  • Living Systems Principles Interdependence System Integrity Diversity Cooperation & Partnership Rightness of Size Living Cycles Waste = Food Feedback Nonlinearity Emergent Properties Flux Shared Resources © Interaction Associates Inc. 8Adapted from Linda Booth Sweeney
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  • Who’s a Stakeholder? © Interaction Associates Inc. 11
  • Key StakeholdersIdentifying © Interaction Associates Inc. 12
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSAffected by currentsituation or outcome © Interaction Associates Inc. 13
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSDecision makers © Interaction Associates Inc. 14
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSRatify or Veto © Interaction Associates Inc. 15
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSConsulted before decision © Interaction Associates Inc. 16
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSInformed after decision © Interaction Associates Inc. 17
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSAccess to resources © Interaction Associates Inc. 18
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSExpertise © Interaction Associates Inc. 19
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSInvolved in implementation © Interaction Associates Inc. 20
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSPassionate © Interaction Associates Inc. 21
  • KEY STAKEHOLDERSGood connector toother stakeholders © Interaction Associates Inc. 22
  • Adversarial Divergent Non-Legitimate Competitors NGOs InvestorsPoor Isolated Suppliers FIRM Customers Communities RegulatorsWeak Non-Human Employees CORE STAKEHOLDERS Illiterate Disinterested FRINGE STAKEHOLDERS S. Hart and S. Sharma, 2004 “Engaging Fringe Stakeholders for Competitive Imagination” © Interaction Associates Inc. 23
  • Stakeholder AnalysisKEY IMPORTANCE LEVEL OF IF OPPOSED, WHAT ISSUES, WIN ENGAGEMENTSTAKEHOLDERS SUPPORT IS UNDERLYING S, MINDSET STRATEGY & INTEREST OR COMMENTS NEED? © Interaction Associates Inc. 24
  • 1. In a different trio, identify one juicy or complex issue facing a member of the group. (Can be an issue facing a person or the organization.) Identify multiple stakeholders and2. complete full row for 2 stakeholders. Trio members are encouraged to pressure test ideas and coach through exercise. 15 Minutes © Interaction Associates Inc. 25
  • Why do we resist involving stakeholders in decisions? © Interaction Associates Inc. 26
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  • 1. In same trio, choose 1 decision that will need to be made related to the issue just discussed.2. Choose the method you will use and the rationale. Trio members are encouraged to pressure test ideas and coach through exercise. 10 Minutes © Interaction Associates Inc. 28
  • Involvement Mapping © Interaction Associates Inc. 29
  • Thank You!http://svy.mk/wkbook