I spoke at a Development Day for senior leaders in the NHS today. As promised slides, podcast and other material are all referenced below. To all other readers – normal blogging will resume shortly, but you may find all the links here useful anyway.
Those interested in taking up the methods and tools should consider the two day training (or three days if you add in the SenseMaker® day) coming up in London 2-3 November. More details here. And as I said to anyone who asked, I am always happy to come and talk to people about some of the projects.
For those interested I have also listed the projects currently being run in Northern Ireland (a joint effort between the Trusts and the Voluntary Sector) after all the links.
I really hope I have all the links right, if I don;t let me know.
The slides for both the keynote and the workshop can be found here. The podcast for the keynote is here, and for the workshop here. Now it was not really a workshop! I was asked to do one and wrote an agenda assuming a couple of hours not 40 minutes! So I chose to cover the material at a high level and provide backup here. So links and materials relating to both poadcast and workshop are as follows:
Link: Detailed discussion of SenseMaker® (the micro-narrative software which is not open source. That presentation includes Cynefin and the S-curve material. There are also case studies here and here. The latter links to two Huffington Post Articles that I referenced in the keynote.
Link: Videos that elaborate on the analysis side of SenseMaker® (these are real cases)
Link: Various videos of the Children’s Party story, an overview of Cynefin and two presentations on innovation.
Link: The US Navy version of the Children’s Party story told as a Socratic dialogue
Link: Method sheet for above, link takes you to the page with the action sheets for complex, complicated etc.
Link: Social network stimulation
All methods are open source and there is other material to explore on the site
Link: The Harvard Business Review article is here
Link: A more academic article with older language with Kurtz, one of the most referenced
Link: Multi-ontology sensemaking (a half way house between the above two
Link: Original Cynefin model paper in the context of Knowledge Management
Link: Academic article on abductive or narrative research
Link: Summary of Complex Adaptive systems from one of the leading authors in the field
Northern Ireland Projects
|GAIN – Bereavement project, NI wide||Audit of end of life care in N. Ireland|
|HSCBNI – Think Child Think Parent Think Family Project – national SCIE pilot||Changing the culture of how adult mental health services and children services work together to provide family focused care and support where a parent has a mental health issue|
|Public Health Agency, NI||Qualitative survey of patient experience in the health and social care system in NI|
|Strategic Investment Board Northern Ireland||Possible area of conflict transformation|
|CAWT – Hidden Harm Strategy||Evaluating the impact of the Hidden Harm Strategy to reduce alcohol and substance misuse in the border areas between northern and southern Ireland|
|Victims Unit||Capturing the experiences of Victims of the NI “Troubles” to prevent future community conflict|
|Extern||Finding out what works with ex offenders so as to maintain them in the community and to demonstrate the impact of services to commissioners/funders|
|CO3||Gathering in intelligence from NGO leaders to inform policy and strategy for the third sector|
|Belfast Health and Social Care Trust – living Leadership||Defining the leadership challenges and decision making for the BHSCT to plan succession and retain talent.|
|Belfast Health and Social Care Trust – HR||Improving health and well being of staff in the Belfast Health and social Care Trust – the largest in the UK ( 20k staff)|
|Public Health Agency, NI||Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Community experience fo health adn social care services|
|Public Health Agency, NI||Teenage Pregnancy|