hnauheimer No time for change management: Predicting the economy is more difficult than forecasting weather http://bit.ly/k5e79
lucy2shoes: @hnauheimer experience as enemy of rapid change reminds me of Otto Scharmer on hyper complexity, patterns of the past no longer useful
lucy2shoes: RT @hnauheimer: alternative to change management is tapping the sources of innovation. http://tinyurl.com/qhsv9t
hnauheimer Change happens whether welcomed or not. "In times of rapid change, experience could be your worst
enemy.” J. Paul Getty
hnauheimer RT @StephenRCovey We do not see the world as it is; we see the world as we are. Furthermore, our head creates our world
carlplant: @hnauheimer yes and also the questions we ask ourselves or others governs how we describe the world around us, problem vs solution focused!hnauheimer Change is a mental construct. Organizations need new thinking, co-created in a dialogue:
arnoldbeekes: @hnauheimer new thinking also requires the changing of old beliefs
johankjork: @hnauheimer love this video!! thats how we work with change management radical involvement and inclusion in the future!hnauheimer “If you’re looking for a role model in a complex world, you could do worse than to imitate a bee” http://bit.ly/hTTEM
arnoldbeekes: The book The Iconoclast talks about new experiences/environment which is needed for a new perspective
cj76530: @hnauheimer either imitate a bee … or investigate the tao te ching for ideas http://taooftheday.com/hnauheimer Widen the circle of involvement as much as possible: Connect people to the content and to each other @rtvc_wks
hnauheimer Create encounters where the new thinking may happen (radical inclusion), in physical/virtual spaces http://bit.ly/mSCls
TheTransitioner: Reading conclusions of the real time virtual conference of may 9. @hnauheimer. ?rtvc. http://is.gd/NkGW Great use of tools. Want to play!hnauheimer All people have purposes, concerns, circumstances. Being appreciated, they will collaborate: http://bit.ly/Nxvrh
Maria_G: @hnauheimer If you help others see the "win" for themselves, they stop resisting the change.
lucy2shoes: appreciate each other's intentions, efforts, strengths, engagement .. .. what else?
hnauheimer New leaders embrace self-organization, nurture emergence & increase the system’s requisite variety
hnauheimer In 21st century organizations, people need a new consciousness to serve as leaders as well as supporters
lucy2shoes: @hnauheimer leaders need new collaboration skills too, institutuional sharing of knowledge and ideas as a resource.
TheTransitioner: @Balanor Agree what you say on emergence. the context is balance inside organizations. Following the conversation on#cj01
sheriherndon: Love this question - RT @thetransitioner What is the right balance in between emergence and structure?