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  1. 1. Reducing Resistance to Change Using Organizational Design Dawna Jones From Insight to Action
  2. 2. Quick Survey Stage Situation Style Sensation
  3. 3. Source of Resistance How does the design shape engagement?
  4. 4. Context Big Picture Pressures
  5. 5. Activate Deeply Held Creativity Transcend Adversity Quest
  6. 6. Collision between Structure & People Putting collisions to good use
  7. 7. What if?
  8. 8. Mohandas Ghandi The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems.
  9. 9. Effects of Climate Change
  10. 10. “Historically, if you wanted to touch a billion people, you had to be Coca-Cola, GE or Siemens… Today you can be a guy and gal in a garage.” - Peter Diamandis, XPrize Foundation
  11. 11. “Each time one paradigm runs out of steam, another picks up the pace.” - Ray Kurweil, Director Engineering, Google Exponential Growth
  12. 12. Unexpressed Talent
  13. 13. Dominant Worldview Persistent World View Purpose is to Make a Profit
  14. 14. Stability Power in Authority Change pushed Initiative controlled Built to Resist
  15. 15. Hiring new employees 63 days in 2015; 42 in 2010 (Unless you employ Agile-Lean) IT Delivery slow Decision Making Slow
  16. 16. Running Hard - Get to Same Place By Paul Kehrer (Flickr: Win, Place, Show) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikim
  17. 17. Linear-Engineered Involuntary Risk Missing Moving Picture Pushed Missing Big Why?
  18. 18. Narrow Frame =Cut Costs; Fear =Sabotage Growth Ignore Intuition =Near sighted1
  19. 19. 1920’s=67 years 2015=15 years
  20. 20. Change driven by flawed assumptions Achieved inside existing world-view (OD+CM) Uncontrollable can be controlled Traditional design-too expensive
  21. 21. Change in worldview
  22. 22. Company is part of the living system Worldview “Companies are inherently living systems- communities of people with shared goals - living and working at the intersection of biosphere a society…
  23. 23. …within this web of life resides enormous intelligence much of which remains untapped. - J.Bragdon
  24. 24. www.lampindex.com
  25. 25. PROFIT FOCUSED QUALITY of LIFE FOCUSED
  26. 26. What makes a company alive? Aware-Self +ContextNetworked-informal/formal Flexible
  27. 27. Able to rewire in response to change Copyright Walter Baxter and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence Frugal-preserve value Future-values based
  28. 28. “A machine can be controlled; a living system can only be disturbed -Fritjof Capra Activating Inspired Change
  29. 29. Living Systems Worldview Opening #1: Purpose Drives Profit Meaningful Goal-Sense Making
  30. 30. intellect intuition creativity
  31. 31. “How can we save energy & INCREASE profits while INVESTING in renewable energy?”
  32. 32. Cut CO emissions by an absolute 10% from global production sites within 10 years 2
  33. 33. Purpose: Systemic Health Opening #1 - Think Big
  34. 34. Decision to source Humanely killed beef from US Opening #2: Use Collisions to Pivot Backlash from cattle lobby Opportunity to connect supply chain to changing values.
  35. 35. Opening #3: Everyone Responsible Responsible Leadership Decision Making Impact Initiative Open interaction Autonomy Alignment Relationship Equity Trust MindfulnessResilience
  36. 36. We pretend that what we do doesn't have an effect on people. We do that in our personal lives. We do that corporate -- whether it's a bailout, an oil spill, a recall….  – Brene Brown, in her TED The Power of Vulnerability
  37. 37. More RARE EARTH METALS in electronics tossed in landfills than in all known GLOBAL reserves.
  38. 38. Every single social and global issue of our day is a business opportunity in disguise.” Peter Drucker, social ecologist
  39. 39. $70 Billion
  40. 40. “Creative individuals are remarkable for their ability to adapt to almost any situation and to make do with whatever is at hand to reach their goals.” - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Making the Inner Leadership Collective Decision Making Shifts
  41. 41. “Learn to see. Realize that everything is connected to everything else.” - Leonardo da Vinci Success Factor: Mindset
  42. 42. BANKRUPTCY 100 years old 140, 000 1998-$27B Jan.12, 2012
  43. 43. Started Oct.201016months=$25M April, 2012=$500M Facebook buys =$1B From 2-13
  44. 44. Awareness Skills How to… ‘Tickle’ DESIGN PRINCIPLED VALUE-BASED
  45. 45. Building Adaptivity to Change into the Design & Responsibilities
  46. 46. Design from the Start
  47. 47. Self-Managing DIY IS not!! Holacracy Sociocracy 3.0 LiquidO Morning Star Self-management Open Participatory Design - OPO Fractalism-Matt Black Systems Customized to FIT IS Scaling AGILE MINDSET
  48. 48. 85% of leaders not equipped to navigate complexity
  49. 49. What’s important? All rights reserved. Copyright 2016 Dawna Jones
  50. 50. “We actually contain a built-in ability to rise above restriction, incapacity, or limitation and, as a result of this ability, possess a vital adaptive spirit that we have not yet fully accessed.” - Joseph Chilton Pearce, author, human development thinker
  51. 51. …turn that adaptive spirit loose What say…
  52. 52. Culture Character Awareness Tools Relationships Ethics All rights reserved. Copyright 2016 Dawna Jones
  53. 53. Dawna Jones FromInsightToAction.com 1-778-230-9326 https://ca.linkedin.com/in/dawnahjones Evolutionary Provocateur Podcast on iTunes @EPDawna_Jones

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