Dundu - The philosophy that enables a group

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Dundu helps as a tool for change management in the rethinking process about our collaboration patterns

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Dundu - The philosophy that enables a group

  1. 1. Dundu  bonds  group  members  to  a  team.  Dundu  is  a  puppet  that  is  handled  and  steered  simultaneously  by  a  group  of  persons.  The  teambuilding  approach  is  a  set  of  different  scenarios  represen3ng  a  model  environment  of  typical  project  situa3ons.   Ac3vity-­‐flow  in  the  teambuilding  1.  Scenario  will  be  presented  2.  Team  works  independently  on  the   scenario  and  solves  it  with  the  puppet   under  observa3on  of  the  moderators.  3.  Presenta3on  of  the  groups  and  feedback  4.  Accompanied  transfer  from  the  model   intui3ve   level  to  the  project  reality.  5.  Lessons  Learned   simple  6.  Evalua3on     mobile     …and  it  is  fun!       26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     2    
  2. 2. Dundu  –  the  origins  of  Dundu   Dundu  is  the  crea.on  of  Tobias  Husemann  –  an  ar.st  from  Stu7gart   For  videos  and  more  informa.on:     Dundu  in  Mo.on          hOp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylZg93nAVsc   Dundu  in  Mo.on  2:  hOp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0wOKahOFU8   Dundu  in  Mo.on  3:  hOp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Pgb1WEUr5U   www.dundu.eu  26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     3  
  3. 3. How  does  the  human  being   interact  with  technology?   Technology  is  the  making,  usage,  and  knowledge  of  tools,  machines,  techniques,  cra`s,  systems  or   methods  of  organiza3on  in  order  to  solve  a  problem  or  perform  a  specific  func3on                   Faster  access  to  informa3on   BeOer  informa3on   Everywhere      26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     4   img1.jurko.net/wide/wallpaper_934.jpg
  4. 4. Today,  human  interac3ons  are   shi`ing  to  technological  pladorms.   Different   communica.on   Technology  as     Global  communica.on   pa7erns   connec.ng  layer   becomes  possible   •  Mimic  and    gesture   are  missing  à   •  Awareness  and  mutual   Misunderstanding   understanding  of  the   more  likely   counterpart  are   important   •  Especially  across  cultures    26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     5  
  5. 5. Businesses  have  to  adopt  to  this  trend.   Enterprise  social  networks   Public  social  networks  •  Dynamic  of  social  collabora3on  but  in   •  Stay  in  contact  with  friends   a  produc3ve  environment   •  Free  3me  ac3vity  •  Produc3vity  ßà  ROI   •  ?  Produc3vi3y  ?  •  Cri3cal  point:     –  Trust  among  employees  in  order   •  ...and  a  lot  of  trash   to  really  work  collabora3vely   –  From  need  to  know  à  need  to   share   –  Corporate  prisoner´s  dilemma   26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     6  
  6. 6. Trust  and  rethinking  of  the  recogni3on  system  can  help  to  escape  the  corporate  prisoners´  dilemma  26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     7  
  7. 7. There  is  a  need  for  change  management   -­‐  star3ng  in  the  teams  –  inspired  by  the  early   adopters  –  spreading  among  the  whole  company       Pladorm  for  collabora3on  on  an   emo3onal  level  with  every  team  member   being  crucial  for  group  success     –      A  pladorm  for  collabora3on  with  new  Web  2.0-­‐Tools,  that  will  revolu3onize  the  way  people  work  together  and  share.     26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     8  
  8. 8. Trust   ........   Metaphoric  effect  Emo3onal  connec3y   Common  goal  Philosophy  of  sharing   Breaking   Changing  the   down  barriers   perspec3ve   26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     9  
  9. 9. Example:  Everybody  is  able  to  relate  to  the  puppet  Dundu  –>   Closing  the  gap  between  young  and  older  workforce  26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     10  
  10. 10. Social  Business  Workshop  with   teambuilding  character  26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     11  
  11. 11. Focus  groups  and  results  Conduc3on  of  3  Social  Business   •  Dundu  is  a  s3mulator  for  the  workshops  and  6  communica3on   discussion  about  collabora3on  trainings  with  Dundu:   •  Star3ng  point  for  Social  Business  Focus  on  the  reflec3on  phase     à  to  be  set  in  a  larger  workshop  Defining  collabora3on  road  map   context  with  hands  on  experience  Expert  interview   on  the  social  tools     •  Fun   26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     12  
  12. 12. Next  steps  •  Collabora3on  with  different  partners  in  the  Social   Business  adop3on  •  Applica3on  in  further  areas:  e.g.  leadership,   innova3on  management,  teambuildings,   educa3on  for  children,  project  management  •  Virtual  Dundu  experience  26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     13  
  13. 13. Thank  you  for  your  aOen3on   and  for  spreading  the  word  26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     14  
  14. 14. Ques3ons?   Fabian  Seewald   Director  –  Dundu-­‐Teambuilding   Find  me  on                         Mobil:  +49  –  160  –  2050425   Mail:  fabian@dundu.eu   www.dundu.eu  26.10.11   The  philosophy  that  enables  a  group     15  

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