26. Januar 2008 Dr. C. Otto Scharmer Massachusetts Institute of Technology Presencing: Von der entstehenden Zukunft her lernen ExpertInnenkommission Zukunft

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<ul><li> Folie 1 </li> <li> 26. Januar 2008 Dr. C. Otto Scharmer Massachusetts Institute of Technology Presencing: Von der entstehenden Zukunft her lernen ExpertInnenkommission Zukunft der Schule Bundesministerium fr Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur </li> <li> Folie 2 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer I. Ausgangspunkt: Theory U und der Presencing-Prozess II. 5 Thesen zum Innovationsprozess der neuen Schulen </li> <li> Folie 3 </li> <li> Source: Who Blind Spot: Inner place from that we operate Process: How Results: What Blank Canvas Process of Painting Completed Painting The Blind Spot of Leadership 2007 C.O. Scharmer </li> <li> Folie 4 </li> <li> The success of an intervention depends on the interior condition of the intervenor. William OBrien, former CEO of the Hanover Insurance Company </li> <li> Folie 5 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer 4. Regenerating: sources of commitment and energy 1. Reacting: quick fixes 3. Reframing: values, believes 2. Redesigning: policies thinking process, structure Source of energy, inspiration and will manifest action Four Levels of Responding to Change </li> <li> Folie 6 </li> <li> Two Sources of Learning, Two Learning Cycles A. Learning by reflecting on the experiences of the past act - observe - reflect - plan - act B. Learning by presencing emerging futures 2005 C.O. Scharmer </li> <li> Folie 7 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer Downloading Observe, observe, observe Retreat and reflect: Allow the inner knowing to emerge Act in an instant </li> <li> Folie 8 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer I-in-me I-in-it I-in-you I-in-now Field- Structure Of Attention Listening1: Downloading Listening 2: Factual Listening 3: Empathic Listening 4: Generative Field Attending from an open mind noticing disconfirming or new data Attending from an open heart seeing the world through the eyes of another Downloading habits of thought reconfirming old opinions, judgments Attending from source seeing from emerging future possibilities </li> <li> Folie 9 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer Performing reframing redesigning reacting Observe, observe, observe Act in an instant Retreat and reflect: Allow the inner knowing to emerge Downloading patterns of the past </li> <li> Folie 10 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer innehalten umwenden loslassen Open Will Open Heart Open Mind Seeing hinschauen Sensing hinspren Prototyping erproben Crystallizing verdichten verkrpern hervorbringen entstehen lassen Presencing anwesend werden Performing In die Welt bringen Access Your... VoC VoJ VoF Downloading runterladen Who is my Self? What is my Work? </li> <li> Folie 11 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer These 1: Die neue Schule lebt in vier unterschiedlichen Feldern der Aufmerksamkeit und Kommunikation. </li> <li> Folie 12 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer I-in-me I-in-it I-in-you I-in-now Field- Structure Of Attention Listening1: Downloading Listening 2: Factual Listening 3: Empathic Listening 4: Generative Field Attending from an open mind noticing disconfirming or new data Attending from an open heart seeing the world through the eyes of another Downloading habits of thought reconfirming old opinions, judgments Attending from source seeing from emerging future possibilities </li> <li> Folie 13 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer I-in-me I-in-it I-in-you I-in-now Field- Structure Of Attention 1 Downloading: Talking nice 2 Debate: Talking tough 3 Dialogue: Reflective inquiry 4 Presencing: Generative flow Field Speaking from what I think Divergent views: I am my point of view Adaptive system (say what you think) Speaking from seeing myself as part of the whole From defending to inquiry into viewpoints Self-reflective system (reflect on your part) Speaking from what they want to hear Polite routines, empty phrases Autistic system (not saying what you think) Speaking from what is moving through Stilness, collective creativity, flow Generative system (identity shift: authentic self) </li> <li> Folie 14 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer These 2: Der Lern- und Entwicklungsprozess der neuen Schule organisiert sich entlang einer evolutionren sozialen Technik des Werdens (fnf Grundbewegungen). </li> <li> Folie 15 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer 3.Gemeinsame Willensbildung: Geh zu einem Ort der Stille und lass das innere Wissen entstehen (Presencing). 4. Gemeinsames Experimentieren: Entwickele Prototypen von Beispielen des Neuen, um die Zukunft im Tun zu erkunden 5. Gemeinsame Gestaltung: Umsetzung des Neuen, so dass Handeln und Wahrnehmung vom Ganzen her mglich wird 1. Gemeinsame Intentionsbildung: Den gemeinsamen Grund entdecken und freilegen 2. Gemeinsame Wahrnehmung: Hinschauen, hinschauen, hinschauen-- gehe zu den Orten und Menschen, die fr Deine Situation wichtig sind und hre mit offenem Denken und Herzen zu. </li> <li> Folie 16 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer These 3: Die soziale Technik basiert auf und krftigt sieben Kernfhigkeiten menschlicher, sozialer und kreativer Kompetenz. </li> <li> Folie 17 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer Open Will Open Heart Open Mind 2. Seeing: Hinsehen mit dem offenen Denken 3. Sensing: Hinspren mit dem offenen Herzen 6. Prototyping: Kopf, Herz und Hand praktisch verbinden 5. Crystallizing: Die Kraft der Intention verdichten 7. Performing: In die Welt und in den Alltag bringen 1. Raum geben und halten: Hinhren auf die entstehende gemeinsame Intention 4. Presencing: Mit der hchsten zuknftigen Mglichkeit wahrnehmen und anwesend werden </li> <li> Folie 18 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer These 4: Die neue Schule ist ein differenziertes lebendiges System mit neun unterschiedlichen Rumen und Infrastrukturen des Lernens. </li> <li> Folie 19 </li> <li> Knowledge and Intelligence K1: non-reflective knowledge knowledge without self-reflection K2: self-reflective knowledge: reflection-on- action K3: Self- transcending knowledge: reflection-in- action OPEN MIND IQ explicit OPEN HEART EQ embodied OPEN WILL SQ not-yet-embodied Lecturing: explicit knowledge learning is to fill a barrel Training: practice+feedback learning is to reflect on exercise Creative practice: e.g. theatre learning is to improvise in real time Experiential: immersion journeys, action projects, empathy walk embodied knowledge Case clinics, reflection papers, dialogue walk: reflection-on- embodied knowledge Embodied Presence Practices; Performing personal intention statements; inspiration-in-action Deep immersion practices: transfor- mative storytellling, total immersion journeys deep inner knowing Deep inversion practices: circle work guided journaling, deep inner self-knowing Stillness practices: room of silence, solo in nature, con- templative practices intuition-in-action 2008 C.O. Scharmer </li> <li> Folie 20 </li> <li> These 5: Die Organisationsform der neuen Schule ist umfeld-erweiternd und offen und schafft Rume fr gesellschaftliche Innovation. </li> <li> Folie 21 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer I-in-me I-in-it I-in-you I-in-now Field- Structure Of Attention 1 Centralization: machine bureaucracy 2 Decentralization: divisions 3 Networked: matrix 4 Ecosystems of Innovation Field Source of power: market success Meeting market demand periphery-driven Logic: economies of scope (customer) Source of power: networked relationships Mobilize action through networks relational driven Logic: economies of innovation (product innovation) Source of power: hierarchy Complying with central rules center-driven Logic: economies of scale (production) Source of power: field of emerging possibilities Shape innovation ecosystems emerging field driven Logic: economies of presencing (system innovation) </li> <li> Folie 22 </li> <li> 2008 C.O. Scharmer Downloading: Talking nice, politeness rule-reenacting Debate: Talking tough rule-revealing Listening 1: Downloading habits of thought Listening 2 : Factual, object-focused Listening 3 : Empathic listening Listening 4 : Generative listening Centralized: Machine bureaucracy Decentralized: divisionalized Networked relational Ecosystem Ba Micro: THINKING /LISTENING Meso: CONVERSING /LANGUAGING Macro: ORGANIZING /STRUCTURING Mundo: Mechanism of COORDINATING Hierarchy: Central plan Market: competition Dialogue: (mutual adjustment) Collective Presence: Seeing from the emerging Whole Dialogue inquiry rule-reflecting Presencing: Collective creativity, flow rule-generating Field 1: Operating from the old me-world Field 2: Operating from the current it-world Field 3: Operating from the current you-world Field 4: Operating from the highest future possiblity that Is wanting to emerge Field Structure of Attention </li> <li> Folie 23 </li> <li> Resources and Literature: Scharmer, C. Otto (2007). Theory U: Leading from the Emerging Future As It Emerges. The Social Technology of Presencing), Cambridge, MA: SoL Press. Senge, P., C. O. Scharmer, J. Jaworski, and B. S. Flowers. (2004). Presence: Human Purpose and the Field of the Future, Cambridge, MA: SoL Press. www.presencing.com www.ottoscharmer.com www.theoryU.com www.dialogonleadership.org www.presence.net </li> </ul>

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