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  1. 1. Increasing Learning Effectiveness Through Togetherness We Are Better Together Doug Shaw What Goes Around Learning Live 2013
  2. 2. about.me/doug.shaw
  3. 3. These Things I Believe Fear – Just enough is good enough Connection gives us meaning Flow beats work-life balance Conversations are the bond Vulnerability is courage Productive beats busy Artistry is underrated
  4. 4. The Future World of Work Connections & Relationships The Oil in the Creative, Collaborative Machine Experiment Adapt
  5. 5. ©ollaboration ©ommunication ©reativity
  6. 6. Original? Dining Alone All my own work? Not really: • Colours from surroundings • Mood from feelings • Paint from Paintbox • Vibe from other people Our ideas are informed by many things
  7. 7. I Am Not An Artist I ask people: Can you draw/paint/sketch? They say: I Am Not An Artist. We are all artists, never be ashamed to admit it.
  8. 8. Vulnerability Vulnerability is the path to belonging, to innovation, trust and creativity. 85% of interviewees for Brene Brown’s research can recall a time in school that was so shaming it forever changed how they thought of themselves as learners – 50% of those recollections related to art and creativity.
  9. 9. Divergent Thinking 1,500 The number of people tested for ability to think divergently – researchers looking for ability at genius level
  10. 10. Divergent Thinking 98% The percentage of people who tested at genius level for divergent thinking – among an audience of kindergarten aged children
  11. 11. Divergent Thinking 32% By age 8 – 10, the percentage showing genius level divergent thinking had fallen to 32
  12. 12. Divergent Thinking 10% By age 13 - 15, the percentage showing genius level divergent thinking had fallen to 10
  13. 13. Divergent Thinking 2% A similar study of people aged over 25 revealed that only 2% were able to think divergently at genius level.
  14. 14. We are routinely teaching creativity and collaboration out of people. Collaboration is human, not mechanised, not standardised. It operates in the field of mixed feelings. Get used to it!
  15. 15. Further Reading
  16. 16. Further Reading
  17. 17. Buy a book. Read a book. Share a book. Repeat.
  18. 18. Without People – You’re Nothing
  19. 19. Photo Credits • Photos © Doug Shaw – except: • Cogs http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwhiddon/2435588387/ • Sunflowers http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/vincent-van-gogh- sunflowers • Vulnerable http://www.flickr.com/photos/home_of_dreams/3581920427/ • Man Reading Book http://www.flickr.com/photos/alancleaver/4297809244/ • Joe Strummer - Unknown

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  • Less Complicated? More Complicated?More Resources? Fewer Resources?Slower Pace? Faster Pace?Less Global? More Global?Connections & RelationshipsLess Important? More Important?Less Collaborative? More Collaborative?
  • Typically when asked to explore a question like ‘How many uses can you think of for a paperclip?’ we will come up with ten to fifteen suggestions. Someone who is very good at divergent thinking might come up with over a hundred. In the book Breakpoint and Beyond, 1,500 people are tested for their ability to think divergently. The percentage of people who rated above genius level for this ability was an astounding 98%. When they were first tested, the 1,500 people were at kindergarten level in school. The same group were retested at the ages of 8-10, and at 13-15, by which time the percentages had fallen to 32% and 10% respectively. The researchers then tested a large group of adults over the age of 25 and this group returned 2% of people considered genius level in divergent thinking. When you consider the importance work places on creativity and particularly on collaboration – that seems like a pretty alarming tail off in our ability to deliver against a collaborative agenda, don’t you think?
  • Typically when asked to explore a question like ‘How many uses can you think of for a paperclip?’ we will come up with ten to fifteen suggestions. Someone who is very good at divergent thinking might come up with over a hundred. In the book Breakpoint and Beyond, 1,500 people are tested for their ability to think divergently. The percentage of people who rated above genius level for this ability was an astounding 98%. When they were first tested, the 1,500 people were at kindergarten level in school. The same group were retested at the ages of 8-10, and at 13-15, by which time the percentages had fallen to 32% and 10% respectively. The researchers then tested a large group of adults over the age of 25 and this group returned 2% of people considered genius level in divergent thinking. When you consider the importance work places on creativity and particularly on collaboration – that seems like a pretty alarming tail off in our ability to deliver against a collaborative agenda, don’t you think?
  • Typically when asked to explore a question like ‘How many uses can you think of for a paperclip?’ we will come up with ten to fifteen suggestions. Someone who is very good at divergent thinking might come up with over a hundred. In the book Breakpoint and Beyond, 1,500 people are tested for their ability to think divergently. The percentage of people who rated above genius level for this ability was an astounding 98%. When they were first tested, the 1,500 people were at kindergarten level in school. The same group were retested at the ages of 8-10, and at 13-15, by which time the percentages had fallen to 32% and 10% respectively. The researchers then tested a large group of adults over the age of 25 and this group returned 2% of people considered genius level in divergent thinking. When you consider the importance work places on creativity and particularly on collaboration – that seems like a pretty alarming tail off in our ability to deliver against a collaborative agenda, don’t you think?
  • Typically when asked to explore a question like ‘How many uses can you think of for a paperclip?’ we will come up with ten to fifteen suggestions. Someone who is very good at divergent thinking might come up with over a hundred. In the book Breakpoint and Beyond, 1,500 people are tested for their ability to think divergently. The percentage of people who rated above genius level for this ability was an astounding 98%. When they were first tested, the 1,500 people were at kindergarten level in school. The same group were retested at the ages of 8-10, and at 13-15, by which time the percentages had fallen to 32% and 10% respectively. The researchers then tested a large group of adults over the age of 25 and this group returned 2% of people considered genius level in divergent thinking. When you consider the importance work places on creativity and particularly on collaboration – that seems like a pretty alarming tail off in our ability to deliver against a collaborative agenda, don’t you think?
  • Typically when asked to explore a question like ‘How many uses can you think of for a paperclip?’ we will come up with ten to fifteen suggestions. Someone who is very good at divergent thinking might come up with over a hundred. In the book Breakpoint and Beyond, 1,500 people are tested for their ability to think divergently. The percentage of people who rated above genius level for this ability was an astounding 98%. When they were first tested, the 1,500 people were at kindergarten level in school. The same group were retested at the ages of 8-10, and at 13-15, by which time the percentages had fallen to 32% and 10% respectively. The researchers then tested a large group of adults over the age of 25 and this group returned 2% of people considered genius level in divergent thinking. When you consider the importance work places on creativity and particularly on collaboration – that seems like a pretty alarming tail off in our ability to deliver against a collaborative agenda, don’t you think?
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