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Liberating Structures 2 with blended f2f/online participation at #sfaddis

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Slides used to support an experimental session at the May 2015 AgKnowledge Innovation Process ShareFair in Addis Ababa. We were introducing some examples of LiberatingStructures methods and testing out different options for remote participation

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Liberating Structures 2 with blended f2f/online participation at #sfaddis

  1. 1. Liberating Structures can go deep too…. A exploration in 3-ish levels with Ewen Le Borgne and Pete Cranston
  2. 2. Level 1: Explore and understand what’s going on Level 2: Narrow down your task and learn from your peers Level 3: Feel your way into behaving differently
  3. 3. 1 Who’s here 2 Discovery and Action Dialogue (DAD) 3 Troika Consulting 4 Improv Prototyping :: A G E N D A a) Play and discover together b) One 90-minute block featuring a variety of microstructures c) Reflection, practice, design and (a tiny bit of ) theory WE ARE RECORDING THIS! We are taking lots of FUN risks! PLAY!
  4. 4. Who’s here?
  5. 5. FORM GROUPS OF 5–7 • Face to face • Online • Blended Elect a recorder 1. How do you know when a process problem is present? 2. DAD Steps and Schedule Discover, Invent, and Unleash Solutions to Chronic Process Problems
  6. 6. IN YOUR GROUPS OF 5 – 7 1. How do you know when a process problem is present? 2. How do you contribute effectively to solving process problems? 2. DAD Steps and Schedule Discover, Invent, and Unleash Solutions to Chronic Process Problems
  7. 7. IN YOUR GROUPS OF 5 – 7 1. How do you know when a process problem is present? 2. How do you contribute effectively to solving process problems? 3. What prevents you from doing this or taking these actions all the time? 2. DAD Steps and Schedule Discover, Invent, and Unleash Solutions to Chronic Process Problems
  8. 8. IN YOUR GROUPS OF 5 - 7 1. How do you know when a process problem is present? 2. How do you contribute effectively to solving process problems? 3. What prevents you from doing this or taking these actions all the time? 4. Do you know anybody who is able to frequently solve process problems and overcome barriers? What behaviors or practices made their success possible? 2. DAD Steps and Schedule Discover, Invent, and Unleash Solutions to Chronic Process Problems
  9. 9. IN YOUR GROUPS OF 5 - 7 1. How do you know when a process problem is present? 2. How do you contribute effectively to solving process problems? 3. What prevents you from doing this or taking these actions all the time? 4. Do you know anybody who is able to frequently solve process problems and overcome barriers? What behaviors or practices made their success possible? 5. Do you have any ideas? 2. DAD Steps and Schedule Discover, Invent, and Unleash Solutions to Chronic Process Problems
  10. 10. 2. Share back with the whole group Recorded on the Adobe whiteboard DAD Steps and Schedule Discover, Invent, and Unleash Solutions to Chronic Process Problems 1Complete the questions
  11. 11. microstructures
  12. 12. Troika Consulting
  13. 13. Troika Consulting Get Practical and Imaginative Help from Colleagues Immediately • Form groups of 3 • Think about your work situation: select a specific process that you find challenging and what help you might need. 1 min. • Groups have first client share his or her question. 1-2 min. • Consultants ask the client clarifying questions. 1-2 min. • Consultation – Face 2 Face: Client turns around with his or her back facing the consultants – Online: turn off or away from the video if it is on • Together, the consultants generate ideas, suggestions, coaching advice. 4-5 min. • Client turns around/turns on video and shares what was most valuable about the experience. 1-2 min. • Groups switch to next person and repeat steps.
  14. 14. Improv Prototyping
  15. 15. Improv Prototyping 1. One small group of players on “the stage” • All others, the observers, in small groups in front or around the stage 2. Play the scene 3-5 mins 3. Small observer group debriefs, perhaps with 1-2-4-All to identify successful and unsuccessful “chunks” from the scene that they just observed. 5 min. 4. Each observer group then pieces together the successful chunks into a new prototype and volunteers within the group act out the new prototype for their own group only. 5 min. 5. Participants from one of the observer groups who judge that they have an improved prototype come on stage and enact their version in front of the whole group. 3–5 minutes
  16. 16. Your Experience? http://bit.ly/1ds1sXa
  17. 17. Resources • Engagement possibilities http://www.liberatingstructures.com

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