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Change Itself is Changing
Simon Terry
@simongterry
You Missed A Meeting To Be Here
Meetings Don’t Work
Source: Verizon Meetings in America Whitepaper 1998< Psychology Today, Atlassian
We are the System
We Exclude Information
We Treat People like Machines
We Remove Autonomy
Process = Consistency = Value
No Wonder We Are
• Disconnected
• Disengaged
• Disrupted
• Depressed
Changing Ways to Connect
Global Expertise Grows
Source: FIDE, Moses Naim “ The End of Power”
They are betting against you
86.7bn
Source: US$ Global venture capital investment, EY 14Q4 Venture Capital Report
Learning = Change = Value
Mastering Change Happens Outside of Meetings
Five Phases of Mauro Porcini, Chief Design Officer, Pepsi
Meetings Outside
So...
Growing Mastery in Four Dimensions
Transparency
MasteryEfficacy
Autonomy
See: We Discover
“Mainly my job is to be on the outside and
bring ideas into the company and forge
change”
Yvon Chouinard ...
Enable: We Learn
“Personal responsibility is not only
undervalued but actually discouraged by the
standard classroom model...
Empower: We Choose
“For much of Toyota's history, we have ensured
the quality and reliability of our vehicles by
placing a...
Execute: We Improve
Source: https://www.seroundtable.com/google-tests-daily-16039.html
“Any time you access Google, you pr...
Four Mastery Practices to Scale Change
Personal Knowledge Mastery
Source: Jarche.com/PKM
Working Out Loud
Bryce Williams:
“Observable Work + Narrating Your Work”
John Stepper:
“Working Out Loud starts with makin...
Adaptive Leadership
“The Practice of mobilising people to tackle
tough challenges and thrive”
Experimentation
Discover Purpose
Ongoing Mastery
“But if learning is to persist, managers
and employees must also look inward.
They need to reflect critica...
Creating Ongoing Mastery of Change
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Keynote delivered at the Change Management Institute's Global Learning Forum in Sydney on 11 November 2015 outlining how Change is Changing. The keynote reviews trends in the future of work and recommends 4 core practices to scale change in organisations driven by personal mastery

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Change Management Institute Keynote Change is Changing 111115 Simon Terry

  1. 1. Change Itself is Changing Simon Terry @simongterry
  2. 2. You Missed A Meeting To Be Here
  3. 3. Meetings Don’t Work Source: Verizon Meetings in America Whitepaper 1998< Psychology Today, Atlassian
  4. 4. We are the System
  5. 5. We Exclude Information
  6. 6. We Treat People like Machines
  7. 7. We Remove Autonomy
  8. 8. Process = Consistency = Value
  9. 9. No Wonder We Are • Disconnected • Disengaged • Disrupted • Depressed
  10. 10. Changing Ways to Connect
  11. 11. Global Expertise Grows Source: FIDE, Moses Naim “ The End of Power”
  12. 12. They are betting against you 86.7bn Source: US$ Global venture capital investment, EY 14Q4 Venture Capital Report
  13. 13. Learning = Change = Value
  14. 14. Mastering Change Happens Outside of Meetings Five Phases of Mauro Porcini, Chief Design Officer, Pepsi Meetings Outside Source: Tom & David Kelley, Creative Confidence, https://hbr.org/2015/08/pepsicos-chief-design-officer-on-creating-an-organization- where-design-can-thrive 1 Denial 2 Hidden Rejection 3 Leap of Faith 4 Quest for Confidence 5 Holistic Awareness
  15. 15. Growing Mastery in Four Dimensions Transparency MasteryEfficacy Autonomy
  16. 16. See: We Discover “Mainly my job is to be on the outside and bring ideas into the company and forge change” Yvon Chouinard – Founder of Patagonia Source: Inc Magazine interview
  17. 17. Enable: We Learn “Personal responsibility is not only undervalued but actually discouraged by the standard classroom model, with its enforced passivity and rigid boundaries of curriculum and time. Denied the opportunity to make even the most basic decisions about how and what they will learn, students stop short of full commitment.” Salman Khan – The One World Schoolhouse: Education Reimagined Enable: We Learn
  18. 18. Empower: We Choose “For much of Toyota's history, we have ensured the quality and reliability of our vehicles by placing a device called an andon cord on every production line - and empowering any team member to halt production if there's an assembly problem. Only when the problem is resolved does the line begin to move again.” Akio Toyoda
  19. 19. Execute: We Improve Source: https://www.seroundtable.com/google-tests-daily-16039.html “Any time you access Google, you probably are in a dozen or more experiments. “ Hal Varian, Google Chief Economist
  20. 20. Four Mastery Practices to Scale Change
  21. 21. Personal Knowledge Mastery Source: Jarche.com/PKM
  22. 22. Working Out Loud Bryce Williams: “Observable Work + Narrating Your Work” John Stepper: “Working Out Loud starts with making your work visible in such a way that it might help others. When you do that – when you work in a more open, connected way – you can build a purposeful network that makes you more effective and provides access to more opportunities.” Sources: http://thebryceswrite.com/2010/11/29/when-will-we-work-out-loud-soon/ http://johnstepper.com/2014/01/04/the-5-elements-of-working-out-loud/ http://simonterry.tumblr.com/post/63459935153/working-aloud-try-3-tiny-habits
  23. 23. Adaptive Leadership “The Practice of mobilising people to tackle tough challenges and thrive”
  24. 24. Experimentation
  25. 25. Discover Purpose
  26. 26. Ongoing Mastery “But if learning is to persist, managers and employees must also look inward. They need to reflect critically on their own behavior, identify the ways they often inadvertently contribute to the organization’s problems, and then change how they act. “ Chris Argyris – “Teaching Smart People How to Learn”, HBR
  27. 27. Creating Ongoing Mastery of Change

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