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RSA-KMLF Presentation for Gurteen Knowledge Cafe

  1. 1. From lots of little conversations ... BIG change grows
  2. 2. “Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted.” Albert Einstein
  3. 3. Behaviour Change Individual
  4. 4. Behaviour Change Individual
  5. 5. Behaviour Change Transformation of Community
  6. 6. The RSA’s Social Brain Project
  7. 7. The RSA’s Social Brain Project Brains BehaviourEnvironments ?
  8. 8. Can we go on like this?
  9. 9. ?
  10. 10. Undo Plans
  11. 11. Worst Case
  12. 12. People do what they do, often sub-consciously, under the influence of others “ ”Mark Earls
  13. 13. Fail Safe
  14. 14. FailSafe
  15. 15. “Try lots and lots of new things and fail informatively so you can find a skull on a pikestaff somewhere” Clay Shirky
  16. 16. Steve Johnson Keith Sawyer
  17. 17. Group Genius
  18. 18. Standford University PlanLess DoMore
  19. 19. Standford University Improvised
  20. 20. Innovation Paradox T E A M S P R O I S MI V TA N A L OI
  21. 21. ?
  22. 22. x Z y Sir Ken Robinson
  23. 23. x Z y x = natural aptitude y = personal passion Z= Being in your element
  24. 24. x Z y x = natural aptitude y = personal passion Z= Being in your element
  25. 25. x z y F Prof Csikszentmihalyi
  26. 26. x z y x = skills match challenge y = clear goals z = relaxed state F
  27. 27. x z y x = skills match challenge y = clear goals z = relaxed state F= Being in a F Flow State
  28. 28. Conversation
  29. 29. Group Flow T E A M S P R O I S MI V TA N A L OI
  30. 30. Deep Listening
  31. 31. Prepared vs ‘the plan’
  32. 32. Potential for failure
  33. 33. InnovationFailure
  34. 34. Who do we need to be?
  35. 35. Who do we need to be? as leaders? in community? in conversation?
  36. 36. Who do we need to be? as leaders? in community? in conversation?
  37. 37. Who do we need to be? as leaders? in community? in conversation?
  38. 38. Whatever the Problem ... Community is the Answer “ ”
  39. 39. Conversation is one of the answers Whatever the Problem ...
  40. 40. Emergence
  41. 41. Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world ... indeed it is the only thing that ever has “ ” Margaret Meade Anthropolgist
  42. 42. Who do we need to be? Passion but inaction? Taking responsibility for Sustainability To create the conditions for emergence
  43. 43. Who do we need to be? Passion but inaction? Taking responsibility for Sustainability To create the conditions for emergence
  44. 44. Thankyou Geoff Brown Tangent Consulting www.tangentconsulting.com.au
  45. 45. The Fine Print and Acknowledgements Thanks to Hugh McLeod for creating such accessible and wonderful comics - http://www.gapingvoid.com/ Thanks to friend and colleague Simon Kneebone for all of his great cartoons and ideas Thanks to Mark Earls for writing the book Herd and making the concepts of complexity and behaviour change make sense to me! Mark’s blog is here - http://herd.typepad.com/herd_the_hidden_truth_abo/ Thanks to Dave Snowden over at Cognitive Edge for the Cynefin Framework and stories about 10 y.o. boys birthday parties on his podcasts. Dave’s blog is here - http://www.cognitive-edge.com/blogs/dave/ Thanks toViv McWaters for providing me the inspiration to pursue all this stuff AND for her own writings on her blog over here - http://vivmcwaters.com.au/ Thanks to the Applied Improv community of legends - http://appliedimprov.ning.com/ Photo Credits: •Slides 8, 11, 13, 15, istockphoto.com •Slide 18 - http://christakis.med.harvard.edu/pages/research/r-images.html •Slide 67 - Berkana Institute Annual Report: www.berkana.org •Slides 29, 31, 34, 35, 36, 43, 44 - Google Images … and finally thanks to Garr Reynolds from Presentation Zen for his design thinking an dteaching.

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