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Finnosummit Mexico 2018 Petervan

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Slides from performance Petervan at Finnosummit Mexico 2018. Title of the performance: "Get out of your prison cell: an artistic reflection on listening, learning and leading"

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Finnosummit Mexico 2018 Petervan

  1. 1. FinnoSummit 2018 Performance – Mexico City
  2. 2. “all our choices are among life stories that end with our individual deaths.” Venkatesh Rao every choice is a choice between inside or outside the prison cell
  3. 3. PERSONAL REFLECTION Your secret – No reporting
  4. 4. MEX
  5. 5. LISTEN
  6. 6. “If you are very very quiet you can hear the clouds rub against the sky” Raul Gutierrez, Poet
  7. 7. I’d like to do nothing for some time be free flying and gliding like birds in the sky left, right, up, down, up, down,… defying centrifugal forces unlimited by time, space, distance, force like free painting with myself as the paintbrush and the sky as canvas 4-dimensional playful like the birds, showing little tricks, challenge and pursue but not limited by any form of danger
  8. 8. SOUND
  9. 9. TIME
  10. 10. MEX
  11. 11. BRU SFO
  12. 12. LOCATION
  13. 13. https://www.google.com/maps/@-27.4547261,- 103.4857855,13036150a,42.3y,270h/data=!3m1!1e3
  14. 14. SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
  15. 15. © Simon Wardley
  16. 16. SENSITIVITY POSITION & MOVEMENT
  17. 17. SENSITIVITY MANOEUVRING CHANGE
  18. 18. SO, WHAT TO DO ?
  19. 19. CAN ORGANISATIONS CHANGE?
  20. 20. CAN PEOPLE CHANGE?
  21. 21. WHY WOULD PEOPLE CHANGE?
  22. 22. STRUCTURE
  23. 23. WHAT IS STRUCTURE?
  24. 24. CAR metaphor
  25. 25. “Structure drives flow drives behavior drives culture drives change”
  26. 26. “Change is not hard with the right structure”
  27. 27. Structure has little to do with reporting lines and P&L booking. Structure is about patrimony
  28. 28. PATRIMONIO
  29. 29. HERITAGE-GOOD
  30. 30. PATRIMONY IS MEMORY
  31. 31. STRUCTURE IS MEMORY
  32. 32. VIDEO
  33. 33. SPACIAL MEMORY
  34. 34. PROCESS MEMORY
  35. 35. COLLECTIVE MEMORY
  36. 36. LISTENING OBSERVING ATTENDING
  37. 37. PERSONAL REFLECTION Your secret – No reporting
  38. 38. MEX
  39. 39. LEARN
  40. 40. “Assume that the person you are listening to might know something you don’t” Jordan Peterson
  41. 41. Carving like Fontana Calculated, bear-strong, one-time Wistful sword Molting hair to horse-head Beaten, defeaten, dead Lingering, languishing Wringing her hair wet Weary Stalemate between blame and desire Toka her platform Ma her empty-ness, lithe-ness Lite-ness, Light-ness, Full-less Her canvas spins into infinity
  42. 42. GOD
  43. 43. Innocent Apprentice Mentor Expert Master God
  44. 44. CALIBRATION
  45. 45. LEARNING SPACES
  46. 46. VIDEO
  47. 47. WORK PLAY LEARN OFFICE SPORTSCLUB CLASS WEEK SATURDAY SUNDAY STAGES OF OUR LIFE PARTS OF THE DAY/WEEK PLACES ADULT CHILD STUDENT
  48. 48. NATURAL EMERGENT APPRENTICESHIP IN THE BRANCH OFFICES
  49. 49. LEARNING IN THE WILD
  50. 50. LEARNING = GETTING BETTER
  51. 51. BETTER AT WHAT?
  52. 52. PLAYING THE GAME
  53. 53. © Simon Wardley
  54. 54. SKIN IN THE GAME
  55. 55. PRISON CELL Alcatraz
  56. 56. “Evolution can only happen if risk of extinction is present” “There is no evolution without skin in the game” Nicholas Taleb
  57. 57. LEARNING GAME PLAY CONVERSING
  58. 58. PERSONAL REFLECTION
  59. 59. MEX
  60. 60. LEAD
  61. 61. “The first job of a leader is to learn. Only then can a leader do their second and third jobs — care and love ” Umair Haque
  62. 62. Her body toned like that of a sweating racehorse Her foals let go Caressing feels like horse riding without bridles Foaming at the mouth A steeplechase till the horizon Heading for the final turn The finish line of a winner
  63. 63. VIDEO
  64. 64. DRIES VAN NOOTEN
  65. 65. What problem are you trying to solve? vs. Create what you truly want
  66. 66. CALIBRATION
  67. 67. LEADING = ORGANIZING AND COORDINATING COHERENCE
  68. 68. COHERENCE Narrative-Motives-Governance
  69. 69. NARRATIVE
  70. 70. ORGAN BUILDERS
  71. 71. MOTIVES
  72. 72. HIGH QUALITY FLOWS
  73. 73. “A high quality flow is one where information transfer is rapid, reliable, and noise free”
  74. 74. HUMAN NOISE
  75. 75. Almost every information flow (word, sound, tone, dress, posture…) Is a STATUS transaction
  76. 76. Reciprocity Prestige Self serving biases Power Hypocrisy Arrogance and entitlement
  77. 77. “High quality flows need something else than speed, reliability of noise-freedom.”
  78. 78. “There should be some dimension/ambition/alignment of “Spiritual, moral and aesthetical advancement”
  79. 79. Care Tradition Craftsmanship Beauty Proportion Sacredness Infinite games
  80. 80. LEADING = CULTIVATING HIGH QUALITY FLOWS
  81. 81. GOVERNANCE
  82. 82. “As with any open plan office, the facility has no privacy and a focus on monitoring of behaviour.” Simon Terry, about Cessnock Security Prison, Australia
  83. 83. HOPE
  84. 84. Mobs, Moles, Self-Formed Brigades
  85. 85. CITY
  86. 86. CASTLE & SANDBOX
  87. 87. LEADING DECIDING CULTIVATING
  88. 88. PERSONAL REFLECTION Your secret – No reporting
  89. 89. MEX
  90. 90. LISTENING OBSERVING ATTENDING
  91. 91. LEARNING GAME PLAY CONVERSING
  92. 92. LEADING DECIDING CULTIVATING
  93. 93. THE GIFT
  94. 94. Create a Kasbah
  95. 95. Examine your structure Eradicate conflict, create tension
  96. 96. Combine Patrimonio with Contemporary
  97. 97. Build coherence of narrative, motives and governance
  98. 98. Cultivate high quality flows
  99. 99. Add a spiritual, moral, and aesthetical dimension
  100. 100. Create what you truly want
  101. 101. Get out of your prison cell
  102. 102. A big thank you to The Organisers Andres Fontao & Fermin Bueno And the full FinnoSummit 2018 team for letting me do this All rights reserved © Petervan 2018 @petervan

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