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Dreams about the future

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What?

An exercise in formulating a desirable future perspective.

Why?

When a common picture of the future is needed, which is attractive and can be easily communicated. All to reduce one of the biggest risks in all initiatives: that we do not have a common understanding of the direction of our work.

 

In LB there is a need to clarify ambitions and visions that are within reach and that we can see ourselves in. We must create motivation that speaks to the emotions.

How?

Imagine that in 2 years, a news story about you will be published in a media of your choice. What do you hope will be highlighted? Formulate the article or TV interview with your team or with someone from another group. You can also subsequently use what you produce in internal communication or as a common guideline.

 

Together, we draw a clear picture of the future and get the participants out there. In this way, the participants can more easily describe the journey there.

Who?

The activity can be performed by everyone in a group (at all organizational levels).

 

There may be a need for the framework to be set, but the activity is carried out by the managers themselves.

Future perspective

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What?

An activity that is about looking ahead, to compare goals and wishes as well as ideas about what is achievable and realistic. As well as to discuss how relations and cooperation can advantageously develop in the future and what we would like to be able to contribute to each other.

Why?

When we need to have a perspective that goes further.

How?

Put together a group that has a common task ahead of them. Ask about what the future looks like when the task is successful. What steps must be taken on the way there and what must be avoided in order for the task to be successful?

Who?

The activity can be performed by everyone in a group (at all organizational levels).

Open Space Technology

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What?

A facilitated large-format workshop where participants work autonomously to create the agenda, format and results.

Why?

When we need to imagine the future together.

How?

Formulate a powerful theme to guide the process. Make sure to secure the commitment, space and time necessary for the workshop and make sure participants understand the principles. Follow the Open Space Technology process and ceremonies.

Who?

The activity can be organized by people with enough influence and resources to bring together large cross-functional groups. It is recommended that the workshop be facilitated by people trained in the format.

Action Learning

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What?

Action Learning is a learning process where participants examine their own actions and experiences to improve their performance. This is done in collaboration with others and in smaller groups. Each participant must have formulated a problem or 'question' which is significant enough to justify that it is also in the interest of the organization as a whole to have the problem in question solved.

Why?

When there is a need to learn together.

How?

Create Action Learning groups across the organization.

Help participants formulate their problem or 'question'.

 

The participants define actions that they want to take around their questions, and subsequently meet in reflective processes, with a focus on drawing learning from practice.

Who?

The activity requires a coach or facilitator for the group. The person supports the participants in working with Action Learning by guiding the participants in questioning techniques and encouraging them to reflect on and document their experiences.

Exploration

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What?

An activity where mixed groups of key managers are sent on 'missions' to explore an industry, sector or region, completely outside their normal core business - to bring back ideas for new ways of organizing and to draw inspiration and sparring from outside.

Why?

When there is a need to 'look' together.

How?

Identify people across groups who will have the power to transfer new knowledge into action in their own groups. Send them out to explore. Structure the learning and use it to test new ways of working together.

Who?

The activity can be done by everyone in a group (at all organizational levels), but must be accepted and supported by local leaders.

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