l@s 2010This is the challenge. We are all leaders - never believe that one person cannot make a differnce (Eleanor quote)So what shall we keep, what is just precious memory and we need to let go of? What new next steps will we take??
In the new economy conversations are the most important form of work – Alan Webber, Harvard Busienss ReviewCross pollination – new connections
Keep stop startChange tables carrying key ideas with youI am the sponsor not the facilitatorEncourage everyones participation
One host remains at each table- carrying key ideas and insights from the previous conversation
How do we translate this into actioable steps??
Possibilities<br />A world café approach<br />Dr Cheryl Doig<br />
Trendspotting<br /> Across many of these predictions, we have identified the following trends suggested to influence Tech in 2010:@Clouds – free, private, public, green, data, identity@Mobile – apps, store, iPhone, Android, Location (AR)@Netbooks – cheap notebooks / smartphones, Google@eBooks – Amazon, apps@Social – enterprise, computing<br />
So???<br /> The challenge for education in the 21st century is to create an approach that is agile, adaptable and in tune with the young people’s lives outside of the classroom and their future employability.<br />www.thinkbeyond.co.nz<br />
Peter Drucker<br /> There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all.<br />
World Café – a living network<br />A conversational process to make visible the collective intelligence of the group<br />Explore questions that matter<br />Build trust and connections<br />Listen and engage in dialogue<br />Piggy back ideas<br />Cross pollinate and connect<br />