2013 Virtual Learning Series: New Perspectives in Design
Why is it that desired systemic changes fail to happen?
What happens to change initiative beyond the launch period?
Why don't "best practices" work as well on the ground as they sound in theory?
with thoughtful organization design strategies, impressive financial
investment, and hours spent on change initiatives too often results are
systems change requires a level of ownership that only comes from real
staff engagement at all levels. This is the tactical transformation that
is necessary for changing the organization at its core.
this live virtual program, Lisa Kimball, Ph.D., will share how
Liberating Structures, a portfolio of open source methods for
interaction, have been applied in complex change initiatives. Liberating
organization design from a small group of "change leaders" requires
engaging everyone from the janitor to the CEO in both designing and
implementing tactical transformation.
will use compelling case examples from healthcare, government and
education where the liberating structures approach was used to build an
internal problem-solving culture.
In this session, you will:
about Liberating Structures, a framework for thinking about the design
and facilitation of processes aimed at deeply engaging stakeholders
how different models of interaction affect the dynamics of a group and
the quality of what emerges from group conversation
- Take away specific ideas for applying one or more of these design patterns to your own work
Kimball, Ph.D., has worked for more than 30 years with clients
including government agencies, corporations, nonprofit organizations and
educational institutions to design and facilitate organizational change
and development efforts involving diverse stakeholders, and is
Executive Producer at Group Jazz.
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