Se ha denunciado esta presentación.
Utilizamos tu perfil de LinkedIn y tus datos de actividad para personalizar los anuncios y mostrarte publicidad más relevante. Puedes cambiar tus preferencias de publicidad en cualquier momento.

Self organizing in networks

95 visualizaciones

Publicado el

Networks thrive on the initiative of members who see a need and invite others to take action with them. This is leadership in networks and in the best case scenario its widely distributed. And yet, supporting self-organizing is not easy. In this webinar we will share common obstacles to self-organizing and better yet, two things we have tried that seem to be working. Come hear about using Network Activation Funds and Facilitator Pools to help activate your network.

  • Sé el primero en comentar

  • Sé el primero en recomendar esto

Self organizing in networks

  1. 1. Self-Organizing in Networks Why and How?
  2. 2. Join computer audio if possible, if not link your phone ● Click Join Audio at the Far Left Top Menu. ● Click Phone Call. ● Dial In Tab appears. ○ Select United States ○ Dial one of the Numbers provided. ○ Enter Meeting ID: ### - ### - ### ○ Enter your participant ID ○ Enter # (pound key) 2
  3. 3. Meet Today’s Team Deborah Meehan Kyle Shimamoto Ericka Stallings Denisha Craig
  4. 4. ◎ Network: Over 9,000 people who fund, run, and study leadership development ◎ Collaborative Research: Promoting cutting edge models & innovation ◎ Application: Putting new models into practice to scale leadership impact on social justice issues 4 Leadership Learning Community
  5. 5. Why Self-Organizing 5
  6. 6. The best way to increase connectivity, action and learning is through self-organizing. 6
  7. 7. Stages of Network Development 7 Source of network maps: Jeff Mohr, Scattered clusters Hub-and-Spoke Self-organizing Systems Shifting Network Time Where most network-building begins Self-sustaining network
  8. 8. “ Self-organizing: when anyone in the network can see something that needs to happen, find others to work with, make something happen, learn from the process and share with the rest of the network
  9. 9. Self-Organizing enables Systems to Shift 9 Collaborative Projects New Leaders building new skills New People ❏ Lots of different activities at the same time ❏ Bring in new people through specific activity ❏ Build new leadership by encouraging many people to initiate and coordinate projects
  10. 10. Self-Organizing Actions Formal Teams- Committees Self-Organized Actions ❏ Team already exists ❏ Long-term ❏ Function based (marketing, program) ❏ Head of team usually has power over decisions and work ❏ Defines all their work ❏ Part of organization so have regular staff meetings, people in close proximity ❏ Anyone has power to initiate ❏ Has a beginning and end ❏ Activity or action-based (experiments/projects) ❏ People work as peers, no bosses, dismantle hierarchy & racism ❏ People have to volunteer for tasks ❏ Learning is crucial ❏ Have to let rest of network know what you are doing 10
  11. 11. Occupy Sandy: Self Organizing 11 Lots of leadership, everyone can initiate Lots of responding to needs without lots of planning Lots of communication without meetings Lots of learning and doing more of what works
  12. 12. Deep Learning for Greater Impact Projects compare what they are doing Next steps are larger, more effective, transformative Projects get new insights, ID patterns of success , $ Multiple projects working on same problem1 2 3 4
  13. 13. Tools for Identifying Shared Interests & Supporters 13 ❏ Clustering ❏ Social Network Analysis ❏ Open Space Technology ❏ Pitching
  14. 14. When you think about initiating self-organizing what would make it most difficult for you? (IN THE CHAT, SHARE WAYS PEOPLE COULD DEAL WITH THESE OBSTACLES.) Check out the Self-organizing Toolkit (you’ll get information about this in follow-up email) Quick poll: Pick the three that resonate most with you
  15. 15. Challenges to taking initiative Always feel like I have to coordinate and don’t know how to get others to do this. Don’t have time for one more thing
  16. 16. “Have you pitched an idea to people you don’t usually work with to take action with you on something that was not part of a centralized plan? When you look at the obstacles identified, what supported you to move forward and what ideas do you have about how to support self-organizing?
  17. 17. Two Ways to Support Self-Organizing Facilitation Support and Seed Funds
  18. 18. Network Facilitators Pool We have a pool of facilitators trained in network weaving and action coaching who are available to support self-organizing by helping people with ideas engage others with similar interests and move their idea into action. If you have an idea to pitch to others in the network and would like some support our facilitators can help you move the idea to action! If you are trying to do something in your work or community that contributes to equity and well-being, our coaches can be available to support you. They can offer: ❏ coaching ❏ support with planning and/or facilitating a meeting or event ❏ help with strategy ❏ offer tools and materials to support your work
  19. 19. Facilitation Pool: Recruit & Onboard ➔ Recruiting ➔ Training ➔ Promoting
  20. 20. Facilitator Training | Onboarding | Support ❖ Processes and Procedures ❖ Facilitation Tips and Tools ❖ Facilitation Principles ❖ Facilitator Role ❖ Meeting/Coaching Protocols ❖ Templates to Support Their Work ❖ Real-time Virtual Support
  21. 21. Project Matching Facilitators Requested Directly from Website Facilitators Self Organize
  22. 22. Network Activation Fund Characteristics ● Funds that seed new work ● Funds designed to strengthen a network & its work ● Funds administered using network principles
  23. 23. Why Use a Network Activation Fund? ➔ To Advance the Work of the Network ➔ To Engage More People ➔ To Work in New Ways That Share Power ➔ To Stimulate Self-Organizing
  24. 24. Getting Started on Designing a Fund ❏ Goal of the Fund ❏ Examples of Possible Uses ❏ Criteria for Selection ❏ Application Process ❏ Selection Process ❏ Timeline
  25. 25. Network Activation Fund WEB Fund Results ● 16 Proposals ● 7 Projects Funded ● 70 Proposal Reviews LLC Fund Results (250+) ● 130 Proposals ● 122 Reviewers ● 20 Design Team ● 3 Projects Funded 275 Individual Crowdsourced Reviews
  26. 26. Template that you can adapt: Just make a copy and adapt however you like.
  27. 27. Scaffolding Communications Ecosystem
  28. 28. Support the LLC Webinar Series The suggested donation for this webinar is $30 LLC Thank You!