Collaboration the secret power to shift through change

The ongoing challenge that we are all faced with in
every genre of life is change. The most common and
most feared is aging because we have seen how over
time it appears that it is a subject that we have no control
over. Thus the marketplace makes billions of preying on
this fear. It is merely an element of change.
In our world the corporate working world mastering
change, predicting change preparing change initiating
change well it's what we are all about. Great Agility it
ultimately minimizes the cost of change well it should
shouldn't it? Then why is it really feared?
Could the reason be that we are still looking at it as mere
individuals how is it going to affect me.? Is this systemic
posture the real issue. May I suggest that our focus be
collaboration.
History has shown that collaboration truly is the power
that makes change happen in a way that brings collective
value. Now we may not appreciate the value directive
that different groups throughout history have had
however the effects of their messaging and adaptation of
their desired change within those groups have been
undeniable.

 
1 favorite thumb_down thumb_up 0 comments visibility_off  Remove from Watchlist visibility  Add to Watchlist
 

Outline/structure of the Session

I will present different change frameworks using the
fisher change curve as the benchmark. Then challenge
my attendees to consider and plan ways collaboration
can be used to transition us through the every
challenging tide of change. We will use elements of
design thinking to work through this.

Learning Outcome

I will present different change frameworks using the
fisher change curve as the benchmark. Then challenge
my attendees to consider and plan ways collaboration
can be used to transition us through the every
challenging tide of change. We will use elements of
design thinking to work through this.

Target Audience

Any Agilist

Prerequisite

Tables a max of 12 people per table and Flip
charts for each table markers and sharpies for
each table. I will need sticky dots
Come open to be challenged and ready to
collaborate their thoughts with other.

If this presented as a main keynote then
around the room I will need large wall mounted
prints of the John Fisher Change Curve and
dots that people can place on the chart.

schedule Submitted 7 months ago

Comments Subscribe to Comments

comment Comment on this Submission