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25 june 2018 enkel U Spiral Dynamics Masterclass

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Spiral Dynamics presentation by Adam Jorlen from enkel U, enkelU.com. Spiral Dynamics is a psychological approach that offers insights into people's worldviews, and how these shape values and drive behaviour.

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25 june 2018 enkel U Spiral Dynamics Masterclass

  1. 1. SPIRAL DYNAMICS 25 June 2018 Adam Jorlen, Futurist. MSc, MMgmt Strategic Foresight Member Association of Professional Futurists, World Futures Studies Federation @adamjorlen @enkelcollective Spiral Dynamics
  2. 2. A Masterclass by enkel U “enkel U is a democratic learning environment and workspace where you connect to like-minded people and learn skills you need to create positive change in the world.”
  3. 3. enkel U – our upcoming home in the old Fremantle Naval Store
  4. 4. What is Spiral Dynamics? A psychological approach that offers insights into people's worldviews, and how these shape values and drive behaviour.
  5. 5. History - Theory “Briefly, what I am proposing is that the psychology of the mature human being is an unfolding, emergent, oscillating spiralling process marked by progressive subordination of older, lower-order behaviour systems to newer, high-order systems as man’s existential problems change” Dr. Clare W. Graves (1914 – 1986)
  6. 6. Beck & Cowan • Don Beck and Chris Cowan turned Graves’ model into an easier-to-understand colourful model. • Mastering values, leadership and change. • Training, consulting, organisational work. • For ex. 1995 strategy to unite South Africa through rugby.
  7. 7. Spiral Dynamics • The model describes and makes sense of the enormous complexity of human existence • Spiral Dynamics reveals the hidden complexity codes that shape human nature, create global diversities, and drive evolutionary change.
  8. 8. Spiral Dynamics Describes emergence within humans of new bio-psycho-social systems in response to the interplay of external conditions with neurology follows a hierarchy in several dimensions.
  9. 9. Spiral Dynamics • HOW people think about things (as opposed to “what” they think) • WHY people make decisions in different ways • WHY people respond to different motivators • WHY and HOW values arise • The nature of CHANGE
  10. 10. A Developmental Model
  11. 11. Remember: The Map is not the Territory! Alfred Korzybski held that many people do confuse maps with territories, i.e. don’t confuse models of reality with reality itself.
  12. 12. 12 Beige Vmeme Survivalist/Instinctive - starting 100,000 years ago • Worldwide: A natural milieu where humans rely on instincts to survive • Mindset: Do what you must to stay alive. Food warmth, sex, and safety have priority • Manifestations: First human societies, starving masses, African Bushmen, street people
  13. 13. 13 Purple VMeme Magical/Animistic - starting 50,000 years ago • Worldwide: A magical place alive with spirit beings and mystical signs • Mindset: Keep the tribe’s nest safe and warm; observe tribal customs and seasonal cycles • Manifestations: Family rituals, shamans, blood oaths, magical New Age beliefs
  14. 14. 14 Red VMeme Egocentric/Impulsive - starting 10,000 years ago • Worldwide: A jungle where the strongest and most cunning survive • Mindset: Avoid shame, get respect, and do what you want • Manifestations: Feudal kingdoms, rebellious youth, epic heroes, “terrible twos”
  15. 15. 15 Blue VMeme Purposeful/Authoritarian – starting 5,000 years ago • Worldwide: An ordered existence under the control of the ultimate truth • Mindset: Life has meaning, direction, and purpose; enforcing principles of rightful living • Manifestations: Puritan America, codes of honour
  16. 16. 16 Orange VMeme Achievist/Strategic – starting 300 years ago • Worldwide: A marketplace full of possibilities and opportunities • Mindset: Play the game to win; cultivate optimistic and risk-taking self-reliance • Manifestations: The Enlightenment, Silicon Valley, Fortune magazine, corporate states
  17. 17. 17 Green VMeme Humanistic/Egalitarian – starting 150 years ago • Worldwide: A human habitat in which we share life’s experiences, freed from dogma • Mindset: Seek peace in the inner self and explore the caring dimensions of community • Manifestations: Human rights movements, communes, Woodstock, multiculturalism
  18. 18. Questions?
  19. 19. 19 New Life Conditions cause new Adaptive Capabilities to emerge The problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them. Albert Einstein “We are shaping the world faster than we can change ourselves and we are applying to the present the habits of the past.” Winston Churchill “Any challenge as complex and multifaceted as climate change is not susceptible to simple solutions. It requires a holistic approach and the combined efforts of the global community to both mitigate and adapt to the effects of climate change.” Roger Ferguson – Vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 2006
  20. 20. 21 Yellow VMeme Integral/Ecological – starting 50 years ago • Worldwide: The world is a chaotic organism forged by differences and change • Mindset: Flexibility, functionality, self-responsibility and spontaneity have highest priority • Manifestations: Integrative structures, systems thinking, “Third Way” politics
  21. 21. 22 Turquoise VMeme Holistic/Global – starting 30 years ago • Worldwide: An elegantly balanced system of interlocking forces • Mindset: Experience the wholeness of existence through mind and spirit • Manifestations: Holonic, intuitive thinking; global networks for global results
  22. 22. Questions?
  23. 23. Spiral Dynamics
  24. 24. Teal Organizations This paradigm refers to the next stage in the evolution of human consciousness. When applied to organisations, this paradigm views the organisation as an independent force with its own purpose, and not merely as a vehicle for achieving management's objectives.
  25. 25. New Power vs. Old Power
  26. 26. Turnstile “The way you see people is the way you treat them, and the way you treat them is what they become.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe The system with turnstiles symbolises a perspective on humanity that assumes from the beginning that they will do the wrong thing when nobody is watching.
  27. 27. Three themes • Self-management. Teal organizations operate effectively, even at a large scale, with a system based on peer relationships. They set up structures and practices in which people have high autonomy in their domain, and are accountable for coordinating with others. Power and control are deeply embedded throughout the organizations, no longer tied to the specific positions of a few top leaders. • Wholeness. Whereas Orange and Green organizations encourage people to show only their narrow “professional” selves, Teal organizations invite people to reclaim their inner wholeness. They create an environment wherein people feel free to fully express themselves, bringing unprecedented levels of energy, passion, and creativity to work. • Evolutionary purpose. Teal organizations base their strategies on what they sense the world is asking from them. Agile practices that sense and respond replace the machinery of plans, budgets, targets, and incentives. Paradoxically, by focusing less on the bottom line and shareholder value, they generate financial results that outpace those of competitors.
  28. 28. Questions?
  29. 29. More resources to google! • Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development • Jean Piaget's theory of cognitive development • Susanne Cook-Greuter’s Nine Levels Of Increasing Embrace In Ego Development: A Full-Spectrum Theory Of Vertical Growth And Meaning Making. • Jane Loevinger's stages of ego development • Bill Torbert’s Seven Transformations of Leadership • Jenny Wade - Changes of Mind: A Holonomic Theory of the Evolution of Consciousness