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  1. 1. The Participative Design Workshop And the Socio-ecological Perspective Don de Guerre 6/17/2009 | 1
  2. 2. Global Social Environment (characterized by value shifts as people change their world) The Work of the Search Conference: to develop business strategy aligned with environment Environment acts on the system presenting opportunities for Puzzle Learning The Work of the Participative Design Workshop: To produce a learning organization System acts on environment for Active Adaptive Planning System Based on Open Systems Theory, selected principles and tools are applied to a variety of complex change challenges. Unique Designs A socio-ecological systems perspective 2The New STS Workshhop
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  4. 4. Small “knowledge work” org’n One level org’n. Whole org’n is decision making body composed of temporary, overlapping project teams Small to medium org’n with specialized people at strategic level. Also known as “Democratic Modified” where responsibility for control is still one level above where work is done, but responsibility for co-ordination is in the group Large org’n with non-specialized people at strategic level Variations in Democratic Organization Systems
  5. 5. 9/30/20135 The Three Phases of a PDW Phase 1. Analysis (of what exists now) Briefing 1 - Design Principle 1, then.... Groups complete matrix for 6 psychological requirements of productive activity. Groups complete matrix of skills/knowledge and certifications available. Reports and diagnostics. Phase 2. Change (redesign) Briefing 2 - Design Principle 2, then.... Groups draw up work flow. Groups draw up organizational structure and redesign it. Reports and revisions. Phase 3. Practicalities (implementation planning) Briefing 3 - What Is Required to Make the Redesign Work, then Groups spell out.... a comprehensive set of measurable goals. training requirements (from skills matrix). the basis for designing career paths. how the redesign improves scores on the 6 criteria. other requirements, e.g. mechanisms for coordination, changes in technology, etc.
  6. 6. -5 0 5 -5 0 +5 -5 0 +5 0 10 0 10 0 10 EFFECTIVE ORG DESIGN HIGH EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT MEETS THE BASIC HUMAN NEEDS OF WORK ELBOW ROOM LEARNING ON THE JOB VARIETY (Autonomy in (a) Setting Goals decision making) (b) Getting Feedback MUTUAL SUPPORT AND RESPECT MEANINGFULNESS (a) Socially Useful (b) See Whole Product DESIRABLE FUTURE O P T I M A L M A X I M A L Intrinsic Motivators
  7. 7. Participative Design Workshop Using Mirror Groups Introductions - Explain plan for the workshop Briefing #1 - Design Principle 1 Mirror Groups analyze 6 criteria and skills as they now exist A B C D Reports of A & C’s positions Briefing #2 - Design Principle 2 Map workflow and structure, create redesigns Add goals, training requirements, etc.. Groups finalize redesigns Final Reports of A & C’s redesigns A B C D Mirror Groups swap roles and repeat the process
  8. 8. SEL Participative Co-design Process Connect Innovate Design Implement New Social Architectur e
  9. 9. © 2013 9 The Design Phase
  10. 10. DESIGN SCIENCE PRINCIPLES 10 • Mash up (smart recombinations) • Prototyping (modelling, fallacy of misplaced concreteness) • Rapid iteration • Time boxing • Max mix
  11. 11. Everyone is a Designer 11
  12. 12. Traditional PDW IDEA Theoretical Grounding OST/STS OST/STS Design Science Appreciative Inquiry Theory Inputs DP1 DP2 6 factors Rapid Iterative Prototyping Creative Inputs Ted Talks You Tube RSI Animate Short Case Articles Participants Natural Work Groups Diagonal Slice Intact Groups as Design Teams Whole System Diagonal Slice Maximal Mixing of Groups
  13. 13. Agenda Briefing 1: DP1 6 factors Skills matrix Briefing 2: DP2 Current Org Structure & Workflow New Org Structure Briefing 3: Practicalities Introduction Research Ideate Develop Iterate Mash Up Prototype Refine (Validate) Iterate Build Change Process Preparation to Design Formal and Legal Agreement PDWs Integration Town Hall Implement Connect Innovate Design Integration Area Teams Town Hall Implement Output DP2 Organization Structure Multiple Organization Models Relational, Spatial, Structural
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