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  • Emerging world view = a person perceives self as part of the system and the system as part of self Highest future potential = your vision, aspiration
  • Emerging world view = a person perceives self as part of the system and the system as part of self Highest future potential = your vision, aspiration
  • In the success level, SSD and a whole system view of global sustainability is implied in the thesis specific vision of success.
  • Is understanding of the system comprehensive and holistic including the deeper root cause of un-sustainability? Hold a safe and fertile space for self-learning to unfold itself. Use learner’s ‘self’ as primary instrument of learning. Help the participants clarify their identity and vision. Help them face and master VOC, VOJ, and VOF. Use learners’ full range of existence (head, heart, and hands) for learning.
  • External validation: educators/facilitators with sustainability entrepreneurship education as well as social entrepreneurship learning program such as Ashoka youth program Further investigation in related fields: integral theory, transformational leadership, evolutionary leadership, spiritual leadership, transformational learning, different game development theories and practices etc. Potential contribution to social entrepreneurship trainig/education sharing a way to ensure their contribution to sustainable development is not only socially sustainable but also ecologically sustainable.

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  • An Exploratory Journey into Sustainability Entrepreneurship Learning Programs Chieko Azuma Elvio Coletinha Pablo Villoch
  • Agenda: Introduction Methods Findings & Discussion Conclusion Agenda: Introduction Methods Findings and Discussion Conclusions
  • Introduction Root Cause: Disconnected mechanistic world view Declining Life Sustaining Natural Resources Increasing Societal Demands for Resources
  • Emergent World View Sustainability Principle Sustainability Principle Sustainability Principle Sustainability Principle IV Ecosphere Society Highest Future Potential Open Heart Open Mind Open Mind II I III
  • Emergent World View System Condition System Condition System Condition System Condition IV Ecosphere Society Highest Future Potential VOF VOJ VOC II I III Prevailing World View
  • Research Questions: Question 1: What are the sets of assumptions and beliefs that guide the design of the leading edge learning programs of entrepreneurship for sustainability? Question 2: Based on the findings of question 1, what tool could we develop to facilitate entrepreneurship learning for sustainability?
  • A new generation of conscious entrepreneurs starting a life long journey towards sustainability SYSTEM SUCCESS STRATEGIC guidelines TOOLS ACTION FSSD Learning Programs of SE within a society within the ecosphere (within the emergent world view) Guidelines to design learning program of SE Sustainability: 4 sps A society within the ecosphere Backcasting from principles of success Creation of self-guiding tool Our Thesis Topic Actions towards SD Supporting tools towards SD
  • Methods FSSD Interactive Research Design Model Theory U
    • 1. Co-initiating
    • Listen to others and to what life calls you to do
    • Literature review and Online resource review
    • 2. Co-sensing
    • Data collection
    • Dialogues with participants, coaches, organizers
    • Participatory Observation
    • 3. Co-presencing
    • Retreat and Reflect, allow the inner knowing to emerge
    • Analysis of findings
    • 4. Co-creating
    • Prototype a microcosm of the new
    • Thesis writing, reviewing, rewriting.
    • Tool design : Brainstorming , Focus group, Online survey,
    5. Co-evolving Methods: Our Journey through the U
    • 1. Co-initiating
    • Listen to others and to what life calls you to do
    • Literature review
    • Online resource review
    Methods: Our Journey through the U
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    • 1. Co-initiating
    • Listen to others and to what life calls you to do
    • Literature review
    • Online resource review
    • 2. Co-sensing
    • Data collection
    • Dialogues with participants, coaches, organizers
    • Participatory Observation
    Methods: Our Journey through the U
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  • Participatory observation
    • 1. Co-initiating
    • Listen to others and to what life calls you to do
    • Literature review and Online resource review
    • 2. Co-sensing
    • Data collection
    • Dialogues with participants, coaches, organizers
    • Participatory Observation
    • 3. Co-presencing
    • Retreat and Reflect, allow the inner knowing to emerge
    • Analysis of findings
    Methods: Our Journey through the U
  •  
    • 1. Co-initiating
    • Listen to others and to what life calls you to do
    • Literature review and Online resource review
    • 2. Co-sensing
    • Data collection
    • Dialogues with participants, coaches, organizers
    • Participatory Observation
    • 3. Co-presencing
    • Retreat and Reflect, allow the inner knowing to emerge
    • Analysis of findings
    • 4. Co-creating
    • Prototype a microcosm of the new
    • Thesis writing, reviewing, rewriting.
    • Tool design : Brainstorming , Focus group, Online survey,
    Methods: Our Journey through the U
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  • Visual Crowdsourcing
  • Multicultural Focus Group
  • Online survey
    • 1. Co-initiating
    • Listen to others and to what life calls you to do
    • Literature review and Online resource review
    • 2. Co-sensing
    • Data collection
    • Dialogues with participants, coaches, organizers
    • Participatory Observation
    • 3. Co-presencing
    • Retreat and Reflect, allow the inner knowing to emerge
    • Analysis of findings
    • 4. Co-creating
    • Prototype a microcosm of the new
    • Thesis writing, reviewing, rewriting.
    • Tool design : Brainstorming , Focus group, Online survey,
    5. Co-evolving Methods: Our Journey through the U
  • FSSD A new generation of conscious entrepreneurs starting a life long journey towards sustainability SYSTEM SUCCESS STRATEGIC guidelines TOOLS ACTION Learning Programs of Sustainability Entrepreneurship within a society within the ecosystem Guidelines to design learning program of SE Creation of self-guiding tool
  • SYSTEM SUCCESS STRATEGIC guidelines TOOLS ACTION Generic 5LF System Thinking Iceberg Events Patterns Assumptions Beliefs SYSTEM SUCCESS STRATEGIC guidelines TOOLS ACTION
  • Generic 5LF System Thinking Iceberg SYSTEM SUCCESS STRATEGIC guidelines TOOLS ACTION Events Patterns Assumptions Beliefs
  • Findings (Current Reality)
  • Mental Models System Success Strategic guidelines Actions Tools
    • System:
    • Individuals within a society within ecosphere in a metaphoric funnel
    • Success:
    • Leaders with knowledge of SSD + Organisational learning
    • Strategic Guidelines:
    • Safe space, experiential learning, peer learning,
    • self reflection, personal development.
    Mental Models System Success Strategic guidelines Actions Tools MSLS
  • Kaos Pilots
    • System:
    • Their understanding of the system: (i.e. world view). Self-motivated creative independent thinkers within business and social innovation field within a society.
    • Success:
    • Creative entrepreneurs that navigate uncertainty for their own benefit and society.
    • Strategic Guidelines:
    • Self confidence, authenticity, flexibility, identity, team work, creative thinking, playfulness.
    Mental Models System Success Strategic guidelines Actions Tools
  • Mental Models System Success Strategic guidelines Actions Tools Mondragon Team Academy
    • System:
    • focus on business and team work
    • Success:
    • “ Passionate Team-preneurs” and “personal mastery/development”
    • Strategic Guidelines:
    • Team Academy Model, team learning, real experiences, international experiences and passion and enthusiasm.
    • System:
    • Interconnected whole with individual as mirror of the whole.”
    • Success:
    • young people entrepreneurs with a holistic aspect of self, society and life.
    • Strategic Guidelines:
    • Learning by head/heart/hands, holding safe space, holism, trust, personal development.
    Mental Models System Success Strategic guidelines Actions Tools Youth Initiative Program
  • Main Findings ü  MSLS KaosPilot MTA YIP System Success Vision     SSD  System view   Strategic Guidelines
  • System: To be systemic and comprehensive incorporating the deeper root cause. Hold a safe and fertile space for self-learning to unfold itself, Use learner’s ‘self’ as primary instrument, Help clarify their identity and vision, Help them face and master VOC, VOJ, and VOF through learners’ full range of existence (head, hearts, and hands). Guidelines: Main Findings Reflect the understanding of the system in the design of the program
  • IT’S TIME TO PLAY THE GAME! Findings for Question 2
  • YOUR JOURNEY
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  • Vision Inspiration
  • Guidelines from Learning Programs How the guidelines are reflected in the game
    • Hold a safe space for self-learning
    • Help clarify identity and vision,
    • Use learner’s ‘self’ as primary instrument
    • Help them face and master
    • VOC, VOJ, and VOF
    • Integrate head, heart, and hands
    • Strategic Sustainable Development
    • Grounding practice,
    • Challenge by choice
    • Cards that invite to reflect on the vision.
    • Learner centered game
    • Cards with inspirational quotes
    • and powerful questions
    • Cards that invites player to
    • think, feel and act.
    • Structured template and cards with questions that guide the Backcasting process.
  • Conclusions
  • Using learner’s ‘self’? Helping clarify their identity and vision? Helping them face and master VOC, VOJ, and VOF? Using learners’ full range of existence (head, hearts, and hands)? Conclusion Holding a safe and fertile space?
    • External validation
    • Further investigation in related fields
    Future study:
    • Social entrepreneurship training/education
    • Testing and refinement of the tool
    Our contributions:
    • The SSD
    System, Strategic Guidelines, Tools
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