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13: Co-Create Change with Experimental and Social Learning - Jem Mills

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November 12, 2018
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13: Co-Create Change with Experimental and Social Learning - Jem Mills
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Social Futures is a social justice organisation whose customers and staff are spread over a vast geographical area.  They realised that traditional top down change management approach was a poor fit with the connected culture that they wanted to sustain in a period of rapid growth.  In this episode Jem Mills discusses their adoption of an open source or co-created change management approach.  He discusses the use of experiential and social learning strategies to design and implement the approach, and the use of reflection as a key part of their organisational practice.

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Social Futures – the organisation that Jem works for
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Social Futures Practice Excellence Model
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How to make your change management process better
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Why change management is crippling growth
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