Ma king




       S) ck



Dr
Cheryl
Doig

Learning
Inten1ons

•  To
introduce
some
basic
systems
thinking

   ideas
and
how
they
connect
with
change

•  To
develop
...
Fixes
that
Fail

Accept
that
it
might
                         Preven)on

get
worse
before
it
                          Th...
What
is
happening
now

             Events

Leverage





                               Trends
over
1me

            PaVe...
1.
Know
Yourself

hVp://www.addic1nggames.com/
       whackamole.html

The
private
victory


•  What
am
I
doing
to
contribute
to
this?

•  How
did
my
behaviours
and
ac1ons
move
us

   closer
to...

When
we
are
no
longer
able
to

  change
a
situa1on,
we
are

challenged
to
change
ourselves


           Victor
Frankl

2.
Know
your
team

Peer Coaching

        Demonstrating in
        front of
        colleagues…
        …taking a risk
3.
Have
a
plan

Commitment
Char1ng

                Teacher
inquiry



A
(Induc1on)

B
(the
D)







Team
Leaders


Technology

Board



...
Making
Change
S1ck
is
all
about
what
YOU

do
consistently,
connected
to
the
values
of

  your
organisa1on
and
considering
...
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This presentation explores change from a systems thinking perspective. It provides educators with some ideas for implementing changes that stick, following the ACEL Leadership Capability Framework of Leading Self, Others and Organisation.

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Making Change Stick 2010

  1. 1. Ma king
 S) ck
 Dr
Cheryl
Doig

  2. 2. Learning
Inten1ons
 •  To
introduce
some
basic
systems
thinking
 ideas
and
how
they
connect
with
change
 •  To
develop
some
strategies
for
dealing
with
 change
in
your
organisa1on
 •  To
gain
insight
into
your
role
in
sustaining
 change
and
the
implica1ons
for
your
next
 personal
learning
 www.thinkbeyond.co.nz

  3. 3. Fixes
that
Fail
 Accept
that
it
might
 Preven)on
 get
worse
before
it
 Think
about
all
the
 gets
beVer
 unintended
 consequences
as
 PROBLEM
 part
of
your
change
 SYMPTOM
 B1
 FIX
 strategy
 If
you
get
into
a
 R1
 vicious
cycle
ask,
 “What
can
we
do
to
 UNINTENDED
 bring
this
to
a
stop?”

 CONSEQUENCE

  4. 4. What
is
happening
now
 Events
 Leverage
 Trends
over
1me
 PaVerns
 Underlying
causal
drivers
 Structure
 of
behaviour
over
1me
–
 policies,
procedures,
 process,
percep1ons

  5. 5. 1.
Know
Yourself

  6. 6. hVp://www.addic1nggames.com/ whackamole.html

  7. 7. The
private
victory
 •  What
am
I
doing
to
contribute
to
this?
 •  How
did
my
behaviours
and
ac1ons
move
us
 closer
to
our
goal?
Move
us
further
away?
 •  How
will
others
have
perceived
this?
 •  What
assump1ons
am
I
making?
 •  What
do
I
need
to
consider
for
the
next
stages
 of
our
change?

  8. 8. 
When
we
are
no
longer
able
to
 change
a
situa1on,
we
are
 challenged
to
change
ourselves

 Victor
Frankl

  9. 9. 2.
Know
your
team

  10. 10. Peer Coaching
 Demonstrating in front of colleagues… …taking a risk
  11. 11. 3.
Have
a
plan

  12. 12. Commitment
Char1ng
 Teacher
inquiry
 A
(Induc1on)
 B
(the
D)


 Team
Leaders
 Technology
 Board
 Adapted
from
the
ESD
Toolkit
v2.0

  13. 13. Making
Change
S1ck
is
all
about
what
YOU
 do
consistently,
connected
to
the
values
of
 your
organisa1on
and
considering
the
 people
and
outcomes
you
are
seeking.
 Support
 Learning


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