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Brian Kuhn
Director of Technology and CIO
Vancouver School Board
bkuhn@vsb.bc.ca / @bkuhn
My Coordinates…
http://www.shift...
They have been doing it the
same way for so long that
their ability to compete
against a new technology or
see a new persp...
istockphoto.com # 21022342
People will persevere only
if they perceive falling
down as learning rather
than as failing.(Sw...
flickr-peasap-2561252071
Change is hard because
people wear themselves
out. What looks like
laziness is often
exhaustion.(...
https://taxationreturnsonline.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/PeopleInALine.jpg
People, even children, aren’t really afraid of change. They’re afraid of
not being prepared for the change.(Lead with a St...
Experience is the best teacher.(Lead with a Story, Paul Smith, p. 2)
A compelling story is a close
second.(Lead with a Sto...
Innovativeness, the degree to which an individual
or other unit of adoption is relatively earlier in
adopting new ideas th...
istockphoto.com # 11825660
Innovators must cope with a high degree of
uncertainty and be willing to accept setbacks(Diffus...
istockphoto.com # 6218186
Early adopters are “the individual to check
with” before adopting a new idea and can serve as a
...
The early majority adopt new ideas
just before the average person...(Kindle Location 5315)
…and provide interconnectedness...
istockphoto.com # 17354272
Most of the uncertainty about
a new idea must be removed
before the late majority
feel that it ...
flickr-com-photos-wespeck-4960579336
Laggards tend to be suspicious of innovations and
of change agents.(Diffusion of Inno...
Sherri, can you
show me how
your class uses
iPads?
Connectors Spread the Change
Could you help
me design new
learning usin...
We want what we might call a destination postcard— a vivid picture
from the near-term future that shows what could be poss...
What looks like resistance is often a lack of clarity.(Switch, Kindle Location 210)
Any successful change requires a trans...
In almost all successful change efforts, the sequence of change is not
ANALYZE-THINK-CHANGE, but rather SEE-FEEL-CHANGE.(S...
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Transformative change cio executive summit - 2015 june

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thoughts, lessons learned, and advice for initiating and diffusing change or innovation through your organization

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Transformative change cio executive summit - 2015 june

  1. 1. Brian Kuhn Director of Technology and CIO Vancouver School Board bkuhn@vsb.bc.ca / @bkuhn My Coordinates… http://www.shift2future.com http://www.slideshare.net/bkuhn http://www.linkedin.com/in/kuhnbrian Embracing Transformative Change June 2, 2015 #cio CIO Executive Summit
  2. 2. They have been doing it the same way for so long that their ability to compete against a new technology or see a new perspective becomes a daunting task.(Start with Why, Simon Sinek, Kindle Locations 748-749) istockphoto.com # 1563122
  3. 3. istockphoto.com # 21022342 People will persevere only if they perceive falling down as learning rather than as failing.(Switch, Chip & Dan Heath, Kindle Locations 2310-2311)
  4. 4. flickr-peasap-2561252071 Change is hard because people wear themselves out. What looks like laziness is often exhaustion.(Switch, Chip & Dan Heath, Kindle Location 167)
  5. 5. https://taxationreturnsonline.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/PeopleInALine.jpg
  6. 6. People, even children, aren’t really afraid of change. They’re afraid of not being prepared for the change.(Lead with a Story, Paul Smith, p. 29)
  7. 7. Experience is the best teacher.(Lead with a Story, Paul Smith, p. 2) A compelling story is a close second.(Lead with a Story, Paul Smith, p. 2)
  8. 8. Innovativeness, the degree to which an individual or other unit of adoption is relatively earlier in adopting new ideas than other members of a social system.(Diffusion of Innovation 5th Ed., Everett Rogers, Kindle Locations 5247-5248)
  9. 9. istockphoto.com # 11825660 Innovators must cope with a high degree of uncertainty and be willing to accept setbacks(Diffusion of Innovation, Kindle Location 5299-5301) Innovators may not be respected by others, but they play a gatekeeping role in the flow of new ideas.(Kindle Locations 5301-5303) 2.5%
  10. 10. istockphoto.com # 6218186 Early adopters are “the individual to check with” before adopting a new idea and can serve as a change missionary.(Diffusion of Innovation, Kindle Locations 5307-5308) Early adopters put their stamp of approval on a new idea by adopting it.(Kindle Locations 5313-5314) 13.5%
  11. 11. The early majority adopt new ideas just before the average person...(Kindle Location 5315) …and provide interconnectedness in the system’s interpersonal networks.(Kindle Locations 5317) istockphoto.com # 7755704 The early majority are willing to adopt innovations but will seldom lead.(Diffusion of Innovation, Kindle Locations 5321-5322) 34%
  12. 12. istockphoto.com # 17354272 Most of the uncertainty about a new idea must be removed before the late majority feel that it is safe to adopt.(Diffusion of Innovation, Kindle Locations 5327-5328) It’s safe to adopt now! Adoption may be the result of increasing peer pressures, approached with a skeptical and cautious air, and after most others in their system have already done so.(Kindle Locations 5324-5326) 34%
  13. 13. flickr-com-photos-wespeck-4960579336 Laggards tend to be suspicious of innovations and of change agents.(Diffusion of Innovation, Location 5332) Resistance is rational from the laggards’ viewpoint; they must be certain that a new idea will not fail before they adopt.(Kindle Locations 5333-5335) 16%
  14. 14. Sherri, can you show me how your class uses iPads? Connectors Spread the Change Could you help me design new learning using iPads? Tom, I can help you make the switch.? Seriously? This fad will pass!
  15. 15. We want what we might call a destination postcard— a vivid picture from the near-term future that shows what could be possible.(Switch, Kindle Locations 1020-1021)
  16. 16. What looks like resistance is often a lack of clarity.(Switch, Kindle Location 210) Any successful change requires a translation of ambiguous goals into scripted critical moves.(Kindle Locations 718-719) Do this Then that And this Next that Finally this
  17. 17. In almost all successful change efforts, the sequence of change is not ANALYZE-THINK-CHANGE, but rather SEE-FEEL-CHANGE.(Switch, Kindle Locations 1427-1428) istockphoto.com # 25885857

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