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Accelerating Collaboration Everywhere - Agile Business Conference 2016

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Roundtable: Valuing Individuals and Interactions through Social Learning
Agile Business Conference 2016: Material to explore social learning, the principles of 70:20:10 and how frameworks can be used to develop awareness, skills, and motivation for optimum organisational agility.

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Accelerating Collaboration Everywhere - Agile Business Conference 2016

  1. 1. Roundtable Description Valuing individuals and interactions through social learning.docx Valuing individuals and interactions through social learning Roundtable exploring social learning, the principles of 70:20:10 and how these frameworks can be used to develop awareness, skills and motivation for optimum organisational agility, enhancing collaboration everywhere. Please share your first name + a word that captures what is on your mind 70:20:10 the main contexts where learning can occur 10% Formal training, lectures and classrooms 20% Relationships with peers, coaches, colleagues, partners, mentors etc. 70% Experience in your day-to-day work reflecting & adapting More details in your booklets Consider three perspectives or views of an Agile Group. WHY? These 3 perspectives interrelate, directly influencing the communication & collaboration of the group, between groups and Management Styles. 1: The Group Dynamic you are working in After the conference, reflect on the roundtable resource booklet, explore the case studies and review the questions for each of the 16 items. More details http://innovationaudit.net 2: The Environment your Group operates within After the conference, reflect on the roundtable resource booklet, explore the case studies and review the questions for each of the 10 items. More details http://innovationaudit.net 3: Agile Group Management Style Now let us complete the Management Styles worksheet, find out the ID number representing your view. Please write your number on the sticky label We will place a marker on the chart for a collaborative view. Now let's discuss the collective results Desired Outcome • Gain a common language for Collaboration • Dialogue, exploring optimum ‘Management Styles’ for an Agile group • Reflect on experiences during the conference & in other contexts Rod Willis & Debbie Willis of Assentire Ltd http://assentire.net Contact: +44 (0) 7788 457 202 rod.willis@assentire.net Valuing Individuals & Interactions through Social Learning Exploring agility in Groups/Teams & the contextual Environment they are within Roundtable Resource The Agile Business Conference 2016 R Willis & D Willis rod.willis@assentire.net +44 (0) 7788 457 202 Valuing Individuals & Interactions through Social Learning Exploring agility in Groups/Teams & the contextual Environment they are within Roundtable Resource The Agile Business Conference 2016 R Willis & D Willis rod.willis@assentire.net +44 (0) 7788 457 202 rod.willis@assentire.net. Considering Agile practice from the management/leadership view What management style would you recommend? To do so, please follow these steps: • Decide which word in each row best describes your recommended way of working. Enter a '1' in the box to the left of that word. Repeat for all 10 rows. A B C Ideas Experience Facts Intuitive Practical Analytical Hearts Hands Head Strategies Processes Outcomes Inspiring Engaging Informing Passionate Helpful Reliable Novel Realistic Determined Imagining Learning Organising Seeing it Do it Thinking it “The possibilities are endless!” “Consider it done!” “That’s perfect” <<< Count in the left column <<< Count in the left column <<< Count in the left column This questionnaire has been developed from the work of Henry Mintzberg. If you would like to know more, we recommend you purchase this book as a starting point [Mintzberg, H., 2013. Simply managing: What managers do—and can do better. Berrett-Koehler Publishers]. • Next, count how many ‘1’s you have in column A, B & C. Please ensure you have a total count of 10 when you add all three columns together before you move on. • Over the page, locate the ID number associated with your score for Columns A, B & C and circle on the illustration below. •

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