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Adaptation education

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New approach to change in the education sector focuses on Adaptation as the new skill. The three imperatives: Leadership, Collaboration and Communication to address the networked environment.

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Adaptation education

  1. 1. Adaptation Jude  Horrill  Founder  &  Director  Horrill  &  Associates:  Change  Agency
  2. 2. Leadership Collaboration Communication
  3. 3. Change  is  happening  now!   To  be  part  of  it  we  need  to… •Embrace  the  disruption •Polish  our  leadership  lens •Apply  an  ecosystem  mindset •Adapt  quickly •Exchange  with  each  other  to  engage   with  the  new  reality
  4. 4. Why  now?   If  we  don’t  approach  change  in  a  new  way  today  and start  something  different  tomorrow  to  respond   to  our  customer  needs,  then… we  regress  and  are  irrelevant.
  5. 5. @judehorrill
  6. 6. Outside  In urgency,  loss  of  control,  continuous  disruption,  adapt  or  die,  change  curve
  7. 7. urgency,  loss  of  control,  continuous  disruption,  adapt  or  die,  change  curve Outside  In
  8. 8. Outside  In urgency,  loss  of  control,  continuous  disruption,  adapt  or  die,  change  curve
  9. 9. Era  of  the  Disruption  Economy
  10. 10. Out  of  chaos   Clarity   emerges Choose  to  see  disruption  as  an   agent  of  constructive  change The  pain  of  same  is  greater   than  the  pain  of  change
  11. 11. Adaptation  seems   to  be,  to  a   substantial  extent,   a  process  of   reallocating  your   Attention Daniel  Kahneman “
  12. 12. Times  of  crisis,  of Disruption  or  constructive Change,  are  not  only Predictable,  but  desirable. They  mean  growth.  Taking   a  step,  uttering  a  new  word,   is  what  people  fear Most. Fyodor  Dostoevsk “
  13. 13. Ecosystem Educators Designers Students Leadership Communication Collaboration Adaptation
  14. 14. Status   Quo Sacred   Cow Stand  for   something
  15. 15. Status  quo Control Acceptance Policy  /  Industry  standards
  16. 16. Sacred  cow?
  17. 17. Stand  for  something • Computer  in  a  wardrobe Stand  for  something!
  18. 18. Today’s  world  needs  a   workforce  of  creative,  curious,   and  self-­‐directed  lifelong   learners  who  are  capable  of   conceiving  and  implementing   novel  ideas. -­‐Salman  Khan,  founder  of  the  Khan  Academy “ Stand  for  something!
  19. 19. Disruption!
  20. 20. Status  quo Control
  21. 21. An  individualised structure  where   The  new  reality choice  =  control
  22. 22. The  new  learning  space 20%  a  teaching  space 80%  a  networked  learning  space  
  23. 23. The  networked  environment 1.  The  stakeholder,   not  the  company,  is  at   the  center  of  the   network. 2.  Multiple   information  sources   reduce  the  relative   impact  of  any  one   source. 3.  Information   flows   in  multiple  directions. 4.  Connections   in  the network  are   unpredictable   and   fluid,  re-­‐forming  as situations  change. Stakeholder organisation
  24. 24. Students  are  now  in  control  of   their  learning  space
  25. 25. The  new  learning  space • Chosen • Collaborative • Connected • Creative • Fluid • Relevant
  26. 26. The  flipped  classroom Stage  one  education:   I’ll  deliver  content  at  my  pace  and  in  my   way  and  you  will  learn  if  you  can. Thought  Leaders  Global
  27. 27. The  flipped  classroom Stage  two  education:   I’ll  adjust  how  and  what  I  teach  so   that  it  gives  you  the  best  chance  for  success. Thought  Leaders  Global
  28. 28. The  flipped  classroom Stage  three  education:   I’ll  provide  you  with  the  resources  and   content  you  need  so  you  can  learn  what  you   need,  in  a  way  that  works  for  you,  whenever   and  wherever  you  are.  I  will  then  make   myself  available  to  help  you  apply  that   learning  in  a  useful  manner. Thought  Leaders  Global
  29. 29. New  job  space Primary school Secondary School ? ? The new working space: Networked Co-working spaces Office-less office AI replacing knowledge workers
  30. 30. New  path  to  influence Traditional • Company  control • One  way  information  flow • Company  drives  messages • Structured  around  channel • Siloed • Hierarchical • Measure  of  success  =  Acceptance Networked • Individual  control • Networked  information  flow • Individual  creates  own  messages   • Individual  has  choice • Collaborative • Connected • Measure  of  success  =  Active   support
  31. 31. One  Degree of  Influence: 170  Contacts Two  Degrees  of  Influence: 25,400  Contacts Three  Degrees  of  Influence: 2,145,900  Contacts Source:  N.A.  Christakis  and  J.H.  Fowler  (2009),  Connected;  LinkedIn;   Communications Executive  Council  research. A  single  individual   can  have  massive   influence  in  a   network Be  the  individual   contributor  inspiring   your  peers  to  join   you  on  a  common   quest   Your  new  role: change  catalyst
  32. 32. Ecosystem Educators Designers Students Leadership Communication Collaboration Adaptation
  33. 33. Leadership
  34. 34. Leadership  – traditional  thinking A  leader’s  job  is  to  anticipate  the  future,  to  identify  the   trends  that  will  affect  their  organization,  and  to  guide  and   inspire  people  to  move  toward  a  better  reality.   Today  more  than  ever,  this  job  requires  leaders  to  grasp  the   rapid  rate  of  change  in  the  business  world  and  to  build  an   organisationthat’s  capable  of  continually  adapting. -­‐ Nancy  Duarte  &  Patti  Sanchez,  Duarte  Inc.  17  Feb,  2016 “
  35. 35. Leadership  – the  reality • Self  leadership   • Decentralised /  distributed   • Agile  /  Adaptable • Facilitator  /  enabler • Co-­‐creator  /  ideator • Collaborative  /  Interactive • Organism  mindset  /  Ecosystem  mindset
  36. 36. New  Leadership  Mindset OLD Organisation = organism  mindset • Network  is  inside  the  building • Siloed,  non-­‐questioning • Slow  to  adopt,  no  adaptation NEW Organisation =  ecosystem   mindset • Network  is  outside  the  building   • Interactive,  always  asking  “is   our  network  working?” • Fast  to  adopt  and  adapt
  37. 37. Most  likely  to  succeed http://www.tonywagner.com/1933
  38. 38. Deloitte  becomes  UK’s  largest  company   to  use  “contextualized”  recruitment. In  search  of  soft  skills… http://www.bbc.com/news/education-­‐34384668
  39. 39. Culture  is  not  the  culprit   https://hbr.org/2016/04/culture-­‐is-­‐not-­‐the-­‐culprit
  40. 40. Collaboration
  41. 41. Collaboration Collaboration  is  important  not  just  because  it's  a  better  way   to  learn.  The  spirit  of  collaboration  is  penetrating  every   institution  and  all  of  our  lives.   So  learning  to  collaborate  is  part  of  equipping  yourself  for   effectiveness,  problem  solving,  innovation  and  life-­‐long   learning  in  an  ever-­‐changing  networked  economy.   Don  Tapscott “
  42. 42. The  smartest  person  in  the  room,  is  the  room   David  Weinberger“
  43. 43. From  silos  to  collaboration ü Common  shared  vision ü Common  shared  actions ü Power  of  collective  ideas ü Adopt  agile
  44. 44. Adopt agile • Collaborative   • Feedback  driven • Iterative   • Fail  fast,  fail  often • Keep  moving • Do  it  together CONNECT COMMUNICATE CREATE SIMPLIFY EXPERIMENT SHARE
  45. 45. Communication
  46. 46. Communication MEANING VISIBILITY FREQUENCYRESPONSIVE
  47. 47. Communication  essentials • Content  to  foster  dialogue  and  meaning • Distributed  content  generation • Shared  storytelling • Multi  channel • Multi  media • Multi  voice • Iterative • Responsive
  48. 48. Summing  up Priority  skills   for  students and  for  all  of  us • Collaboration • Communication • Creative  problem   solving • Critical  analysis Preparatio n  for  life  in   the   innovation   era
  49. 49. Bringing  it  all  together • Assess  your  change  ability • Create  a  coalition  of  the  willing • Lead  don’t  wait • Involve  your  ecosystem • Experiment • Reallocate  your  attention • Foster  dialogue  and  meaning • Practice  adaptation  skills • START  NOW!
  50. 50. I  help  organisations  develop  &  deliver  new  strategy  to  enable  sustainable  change I  focus  on  Leadership,  Collaboration  and  Communication,   and  uplifting  change  capability  so  clients  can  deliver  the  next   change  faster  …on  their  own Services:  Engagement  Design,  Change  Leadership,  Lean  change,  Communications,   Facilitation,  Mentoring,  Coaching  and   Speaking Web: www.judehorrill.com Email: jh@judehorrill.com LinkedIn: https://au.linkedin.com/in/judehorrill Twitter: @judehorrill Mobile: +61  413  132  558 Jude  Horrill
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