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A presentation at the ROCKWOOL Foundation Interventions Unit's conference "Bryd Mønsteret" on ”Bryd mønstret” on 31 january 2019 by Jennie Winhall and Anna Fjeldsted

A presentation at the ROCKWOOL Foundation Interventions Unit's conference "Bryd Mønsteret" on ”Bryd mønstret” on 31 january 2019 by Jennie Winhall and Anna Fjeldsted

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  1. 1. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 1 JANUARY 2016 Navigating between systems An example from Rockwool Fonden Interventions Jennie Winhall jwi@rfintervention.dk Anna Fjeldsted af@rfintervention.dk
  2. 2. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 2 Four levers to change a system Purpose Reframe the challenge that the system is addressing, its mission and so its method Power Create structures that change who has power over decisions, rules, legitimacy, flows of resources or information Resources Make new resources from inside and outside the system part of meeting the challenge - people, money, knowledge, technology Relationships Catalyse new, generative relationships between existing and new actors in the wider ecosystem Formål Omformulér den udfordring, som skal adresseres og dermed systemets mission og metode Beslutningskraft Skab nye rammer, der ændrer hvor beslutningskraften ligger – også over regler og strømme af information eller ressourcer Ressourcer Aktivér nye ressourcer i og udenfor systemet, så de bruges til at imødegå udfordringen. Det kan være økonomiske ressourcer, men også mennesker, viden eller teknologi Relationer Styrk nye, givende relationer mellem eksisterende og nye aktører i det større økosystem
  3. 3. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 3 A slow burning issue…. 7-8% young people not in education or employment This has stayed the same for 20 years - even during economic upturns Pct. Rockwool Fonden Forskning
  4. 4. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 4 Listening across the ecosystem Trade associations Young people Job centres Unions Further education institutions Central government Communities Municipal services Professional experts, e.g. psychologists Small businesses Parents Front-line staff Labour market specialists Other initiative internationally Large employers
  5. 5. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 5 Seeing system patterns BeliefsBehaviours Structures • Fragmented experience • Failure = falling further back • No choice/agency • High volume ‘cycling’ in and out of the benefits system • Education first • Challenge = readiness • Untapped resources • 1:1 brokering of placements • Warehoused with ‘other slackers’ > Developmental journey • Work first • Challenge = identity + belonging > Network
  6. 6. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 6 Current situation Shift to… Components Principles PURPOSE Prove readiness for education and jobs Build work identity and belonging Work first - immediate placements Groups led by young people who bear witness to each others’ work experiences Work identity POWER Young people feel “passified”, no agency Young people and companies have choice and ownership Network events to meet and choose on a different basis; more companies than youth Shift the power RESOURCES Brokered Limited in closed system Untapped resource in SMEs Networked Generative through participation Many companies Network of companies Groups of young people with mixed profiles Many to manyRELATIONSHIP S 1:1 Many to many New roles:
  7. 7. Company workshop Firestation Museum Music venue Carpenter Manufacture r Cafe Retailer Bank Gardener Solicitor
  8. 8. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 8 Current situation Shift to… NExTWORK Components Principles PURPOSE Prove readiness for education and jobs Build work identity and belonging Work first - immediate placements Groups led by young people who bear witness to each others’ work experiences Work identity POWER Young people feel “passified”, no agency Young people and companies have choice and ownership Network events to meet and choose on a different basis; more companies than youth Shift the power RESOURCES Brokered Limited in closed system Untapped resource in SMEs Networked Generative through participation Many companies Network of companies Groups of young people with mixed profiles Many to manyRELATIONSHIP 1:1 Many to many New roles:
  9. 9. NExTWORK event Many to many - meeting on a different basis Work identity - the NW game reveals common values and preferences Shift of power - young people choose; more companies than young people Video?
  10. 10. Company meetings Many to many - companies share experiences Work identity - new discourse about young people, shared measures Shift of power - success viewed collectively
  11. 11. NExTWORK groups Many to many - young people witnesses each others’ experiences Work identity - discussing what they know about work, not personal development Shift of power - they lead the discussion, shared feedback
  12. 12. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 12 NExTWORK Principles Work identity Shift the power Many to many
  13. 13. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 13 Current situation Shift to… Components Principles PURPOSE Prove readiness for education and jobs Build work identity and belonging Work first - immediate placements NW groups - led by young people who bear witness to each others’ work experiences Work identity POWER Young people feel “passified”, no agency Young people and companies have choice and ownership Network events to meet and choose on a different basis; more companies than youth Shift the power RESOURCES Brokered Limited in closed system Untapped resource in SMEs Networked Generative through participation Many companies Network of companies Groups of young people with mixed profiles Many to many
  14. 14. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 14 An approach to system innovation • Seeing system pattern s • Framin g the shifts • Trying out practical activities • Using them as ‘probes’ to understand system conditions • Supporting transition • Refining principle s that support the shifts Exploration Protoypes Pilot service Scaling up/out
  15. 15. KONFERENCE OM SYSTEM—INNOVATION 15 Transitional activities Roles inside and outside to support transition: Where is there ‘system readiness? - connecting to strategic openings, e.g. municipal leadership, STAR, industry bodies What might increase legitimacy of the approach? - e.g. harnessing demand from young people and companies themselves - measuring differently - professional movements What alliances, coalitions for change could form? - e.g. NW community of practice, national company networks Dominant system patterns New approach What system conditions do we need to create for this approach to flourish?

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