TOPIC = Workshop: Using Three Tools from the Tamarack Institute
Navigating disruption and change is challenging. During times of chaos and dramatic change, we find it difficult to envision the future and potential paths forward. In this webinar, Liz Weaver and Sylvia Cheuy share three approaches and tools that they often use to help communities and changemakers navigate change. These practical tools will provide you with insights about where you are currently and strategies to support your transition to a new horizon
Identify the nature and significance of various impediments to organizational change (e.g. organization inertia, resistance to change).
Explain organizational change processes from multiple role perspectives.
Appraise the effectiveness of change management efforts.
Demonstrate leadership in class discussion and small group assignments.
Demonstrate effective teamwork in class and small group assignments.
Apply effective conflict resolution skills in small group assignments.
Demonstrate respect and value for the diverse viewpoints and experiences in the classroom population.
Identify the ethnocentric values contained in the Canadian approach to Change Management.
Check which of the four groups you have been randomly assigned to; then, read the Assigned Reading for that group.
Watch the recorded webinar on YouTube (58 minutes long) Check to see which of the 4 groups you've been randomly assigned to. Read the Assigned reading for your group Post to the discussion your reflections
Step #1 Participate in your group discussions using the guiding questions. Take notes of what others say and what you have said. Please note that to be fully active in this group session, you must have completed your homework of watching the video and reading the assigned readings. Guiding Questions are available in eLearn. Guiding Questions = Phase One Starting off well Guiding Questions = Phase Two Starting to Conceptualize the group project assignment using Assigned Reading 1. Work through the group project assignment on the CSB Blueprint using your Assigned Reading for this workshop 2.The guiding questions might help you imagine what new could be done to improve the remote learning and teaching experience in CapU.
Guiding Questions -- Phase Three Reflection and Closure
Step #2 Post your notes from the group discussion. The settings for this forum requires the button to say "Ad a new Question," but ignore that because you are posting your Notes. This forum is set-up using the Q&A settings to ensure that you can't see your classmates' posts until you have posted your own post. That's why it says "Add a new Question" instead of "Post Discussion." It's a setting in eLearn I can't modify. Also, remember that you are posting a post (i.e. copying and pasting into the box) for others to read, not an attaching document. This is important for full participation for everyone and a requirement for marking.
Step #3 Finally, comment on at least one post by a classmate who was in a different group from you. You must find a post that does not already have a post by a classmate to earn the marks. However, if there is a discussion happening you want to participate in, you are free to do so. Again, remember to post by filling out the box, not attaching a file.
Are you new to taking notes in class discussion or meeting notes? Consult the following e-book available from the CapU Library Simone Janson. (2019). Meetings That Gets Results - Plan & Moderate : Hold Visual Meetings with Creativity & Focus, Conduct Discussions & Conferences Effectively & Efficiently, Successfully Write Minutes. Best of HR – Berufebilder.de®.
Return to main classroom in MS Teams for debriefing and housekeeping.
WATCH = ICT in the Real World. (2011). Infobase. [22 minutes]