Tools and Strategies for Successful Change Agents to Diffuse and Inspire Change and Innovation in Organisations
Date: 7 December 2018, 9am - 5pm
Venue: Hollandse Club, event Room Asia 1 (22 Camden Park, Singapore 299814)
On the way toward a more sustainable form of operation, every organisation faces the challenge of change itself. given the complex human systems within organisations, we need a better way to understand these systems and how to support shifts in form and function.
This workshop is for public sector officers, business executives, entrepreneurs, consultants, and other agents of innovation who want to add to their knowledge and toolset, improve their capacity to effective meaningful change.
- Ability to understand and map the systems in your organisation
- Theory and role-playing exercises you can use to generate awareness and understanding for others
- Strategy tools to help identify effective steps to take to support meaningful change
- Approaches towards implementation
The AMOEBA is a tool for understanding, mapping, and planning for innovation adoption and cultural change processes, in organisations of all kinds and sizes. It has two main applications: a cultural system role-playing exercise for use in training programs, and a set of strategy mapping tools to support effective change agentry for sustainability.
In a time that demands organisational responsiveness, resilience and adaptability, this is a critical resource to have in your toolbox.
Trainer – Robert Steele
Transformative change towards a more equitable, inclusive and sustainable world is the core of Robert Steele’s career and work over the past twenty-five years, twenty one of which have been centered in Asia. Robert Steele is Founder and Director of Systainability Asia, a multi-disciplinary consultancy that works closely with the region’s stakeholders to build capacity and find long-term solutions to our most challenging sustainability challenges. Robert is a regional expert and practitioner in integrative sustainability planning and assessment; systems thinking and organisational culture change.
Robert is a Senior Associate with the Sustainability Accelerator Network as well as a member of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), and a Principle Resource Person for the UNEP-Tongji University Asia Pacific Leadership Programme on Environment and Sustainable Development in Shanghai, China.