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4 Keys to Ineffective Change
How to Blow Transformative Change Without Really Trying
Dave Goldberg
Big Beacon
deg@bigbeacon...
© David E. Goldberg 2011
© David E. Goldberg 2011
2 Easy Pieces
1.  Recap the “Emotional Rescue”
2.  4 Keys to Ineffective Change
© David E. Goldberg 2011
2 Easy Pieces
1.  Recap the “Emotional Rescue”
2.  4 Keys to Ineffective Change
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Surprising
journey
© David E. Goldberg 2011
iFoundry
Illinois Foundry for Innovation in Engineering Education
www.ifoundry.illinois.edu
BIG
BEACON
MANIFESTO
www.bigbeacon.org
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Wrote a book
© David E. Goldberg 2011
The Olin effect
at Illinois!
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Trust àCourageàInitiativeàAuthentic Learning
© David E. Goldberg 2011
New models in
education depend on
an emotional rescue.
© David E. Goldberg 2011
How do we do this in practice?
© David E. Goldberg 2011
2 Easy Pieces
1.  Recap the “Emotional Rescue”
2.  4 Keys to Ineffective Change
© David E. Goldberg 2011
2 Easy Pieces
1.  Recap the “Emotional Rescue”
2.  4 Keys to Ineffective Change
50 Ways to
Leave Your Lover
© David E. Goldberg 2011
4 Wrong Ways to Change
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Wrong Way #1: Start with Content,
Curriculum & Pedagogy
Not (Just) Content, Curriculum & Pedagogy
Schein’s 3 Levels
of Organizational
Culture
	
  
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Effective Way #1: Start with Culture,
Emotion & Tell a New Story
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Wrong Way #2: Seek “Buy-In” from a
committee of both supporters & skeptics.
Not (Just) Content, Curriculum & Pedagogy
Change is an
academic
NIMBY
problem
	
  
“Innova(on	
  is	
  great.	
  Just	
  d...
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Effective Way #2: Make provisional change in an
accelerator/incubator with the committed. Seek
for...
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Wrong Way #3: Make big plans, raise lots
of money, then make change.
Not (Just) Content, Curriculum & Pedagogy
You don’t know enough to plan
“a new model of education.”
Experimentation is req...
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Effective Way #3: Make little bets until
you understand enough to scale. Surprises
ahead.
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Wrong Way #4: Focus on disciplinary
content revision.
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Shift (Don’t-Call-Them-Soft) Skills are
the Royal Road to Change
Master View of Core Shift Skills
	
  Aligning	
  &	
  Seeking	
  Meaning	
  &	
  Purpose	
  
No(cing	
  &	
  Direc(ng	
  I...
Core Shift Skills
Func%on	
  Type	
   Core	
  Shi1	
  Skills	
  
Awareness	
  &	
  
Inten(on	
  
No(cing	
  thoughts,	
  f...
Core & Derivative Shift Skills
Core	
  ShiS	
  
Skills	
  	
  
Sales	
  
Conflict	
  
management	
  
Leadership	
  
Teamwor...
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Effective Way #4: Train administrators, faculty,
and students in core & derivative shift skills.
© David E. Goldberg 2011
If these things are of interest, start a
change initiative with Big Beacon to guide
you to safe h...
BIG
BEACON
MANIFESTO
www.bigbeacon.org
EIWG
Educational Innovators
Working Group
BIG
BEACON
MANIFESTO
www.bigbeacon.org
IAB
Innovators Across
Boundaries
BIG
BEACON
MANIFESTO
www.bigbeacon.org
SWNE
Students for a Whole
New Education
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Reflect on Key Takeaway
© David E. Goldberg 2011
Learning-Action Teams
Introduc(on:	
  An	
  Improbable	
  Journey	
  Chapter	
  1:	
  Engineering	
  Happiness	
  –	
  The	
  Olin	
  Experience...
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How to Blow Transformative Change Without Really Trying
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deg@bigbeaco...
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  1. 1. 4 Keys to Ineffective Change How to Blow Transformative Change Without Really Trying Dave Goldberg Big Beacon deg@bigbeacon.org © David E. Goldberg 2016
  2. 2. © David E. Goldberg 2011
  3. 3. © David E. Goldberg 2011 2 Easy Pieces 1.  Recap the “Emotional Rescue” 2.  4 Keys to Ineffective Change
  4. 4. © David E. Goldberg 2011 2 Easy Pieces 1.  Recap the “Emotional Rescue” 2.  4 Keys to Ineffective Change
  5. 5. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Surprising journey
  6. 6. © David E. Goldberg 2011 iFoundry Illinois Foundry for Innovation in Engineering Education www.ifoundry.illinois.edu
  7. 7. BIG BEACON MANIFESTO www.bigbeacon.org
  8. 8. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Wrote a book
  9. 9. © David E. Goldberg 2011 The Olin effect at Illinois!
  10. 10. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Trust àCourageàInitiativeàAuthentic Learning
  11. 11. © David E. Goldberg 2011 New models in education depend on an emotional rescue.
  12. 12. © David E. Goldberg 2011 How do we do this in practice?
  13. 13. © David E. Goldberg 2011 2 Easy Pieces 1.  Recap the “Emotional Rescue” 2.  4 Keys to Ineffective Change
  14. 14. © David E. Goldberg 2011 2 Easy Pieces 1.  Recap the “Emotional Rescue” 2.  4 Keys to Ineffective Change
  15. 15. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
  16. 16. © David E. Goldberg 2011 4 Wrong Ways to Change
  17. 17. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Wrong Way #1: Start with Content, Curriculum & Pedagogy
  18. 18. Not (Just) Content, Curriculum & Pedagogy Schein’s 3 Levels of Organizational Culture  
  19. 19. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Effective Way #1: Start with Culture, Emotion & Tell a New Story
  20. 20. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Wrong Way #2: Seek “Buy-In” from a committee of both supporters & skeptics.
  21. 21. Not (Just) Content, Curriculum & Pedagogy Change is an academic NIMBY problem   “Innova(on  is  great.  Just  don’t  change  my  course.”    
  22. 22. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Effective Way #2: Make provisional change in an accelerator/incubator with the committed. Seek formal approval of effective changes after successful experimentation.
  23. 23. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Wrong Way #3: Make big plans, raise lots of money, then make change.
  24. 24. Not (Just) Content, Curriculum & Pedagogy You don’t know enough to plan “a new model of education.” Experimentation is required.  
  25. 25. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Effective Way #3: Make little bets until you understand enough to scale. Surprises ahead.
  26. 26. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Wrong Way #4: Focus on disciplinary content revision.
  27. 27. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Shift (Don’t-Call-Them-Soft) Skills are the Royal Road to Change
  28. 28. Master View of Core Shift Skills  Aligning  &  Seeking  Meaning  &  Purpose   No(cing  &  Direc(ng  Inten(on   Being  &  Changing  (Learning)   Receiving   Sense  Making   Ac(ng  
  29. 29. Core Shift Skills Func%on  Type   Core  Shi1  Skills   Awareness  &   Inten(on   No(cing  thoughts,  feelings,  body  with  inten(on,  holding  inten(on   without  aMachment   Receiving   Listening,  ques(oning,  journaling   Sense  Making   Reflec(on,  dis(nc(on  use,  polarity  management,     Ac(ng   Speech  acts,  presence,  naturalis(c  decision  making,  planning  &   effectua(ng   Being  &  Changing   Living  in  story,  Story  reframing  &  redesign,  Inten(on  without   aMachment,  habit  forma(on,  engaging  elephant,  rider  &  path,   localizing  communi(es  of  change,  dis(nc(on  making  and  transfer   Meaning  Making   Not  knowing  with  inten(on,  curiosity,  vulnerability  &  courageous   honesty  
  30. 30. Core & Derivative Shift Skills Core  ShiS   Skills     Sales   Conflict   management   Leadership   Teamwork  Nego(a(on   Entrepreneurship   Other  
  31. 31. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Effective Way #4: Train administrators, faculty, and students in core & derivative shift skills.
  32. 32. © David E. Goldberg 2011 If these things are of interest, start a change initiative with Big Beacon to guide you to safe harbor.
  33. 33. BIG BEACON MANIFESTO www.bigbeacon.org EIWG Educational Innovators Working Group
  34. 34. BIG BEACON MANIFESTO www.bigbeacon.org IAB Innovators Across Boundaries
  35. 35. BIG BEACON MANIFESTO www.bigbeacon.org SWNE Students for a Whole New Education
  36. 36. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Reflect on Key Takeaway
  37. 37. © David E. Goldberg 2011 Learning-Action Teams
  38. 38. Introduc(on:  An  Improbable  Journey  Chapter  1:  Engineering  Happiness  –  The  Olin  Experience   Chapter  2:  The  Incubator  –  Helping  a  Big  Old  Dog  Learn  New  Tricks  Chapter  3:  The  Spirit  of   Inven(on  –    Recapturing  the  Inspira(on  of  Engineering  Educa(on  Chapter  4:  The  Whole  New   Engineer  –  Engaging  the  6  Minds  Chapter  5:  The  Emo(onal  Breakthrough  –  5  Pillars  of   Transforma(on  Chapter  6:  The  Whole  New  Learner  –  From  Carrots  and  S(cks  to  Intrinsic   Mo(va(on  Chapter  7:  The  Whole  New  Professor  –  From  Expert  to  Coach  Chapter  8:  The  Whole   New  Culture  –  From  Classrooms  and  Curriculum  to  Culture  Chapter  9:  Changing  the  Way  We   Change  –  From  Bureaucracy  to  Change  Management  Epilogue:  An  Invita(on  to  Collabora(ve   Disrup(on  -­‐  See  more  at:  hMp://threejoy.com/whole-­‐new-­‐engineer/#sthash.6YTCMQhz.dpuf   Get Involved •  Read the book www.wholenewengineer.org •  Hold a book club. •  Read the manifesto www.bigbeacon.org) •  Do something with EIWG, SWNE, or IAB, write deg@bigbeacon.org. © 2016 David E. Goldberg
  39. 39. 4 Keys to Ineffective Change How to Blow Transformative Change Without Really Trying Dave Goldberg Big Beacon deg@bigbeacon.org © David E. Goldberg 2016

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