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  1. Strategic planning andLeadershipto deal withuncertaintyCourse number: PML02/SPLU 3.2 Lecturer:

  2. Learning line 3:Public Administration & EUI Module 2: Strategic planning andLeadershipto deal withuncertainty (SPLU) Introductory workshop: What is theproblem? (Module 2, Building Block 1)

  3. Dobrohoranku!

  4. Let’s get toknoweachother a bit better… What is your name? What are youworking on right now? Couldyou share yourchallengewithus?

  5. Programme (9.30am-13.30pm) PART 1 • Welcome Gettingacquaintedandintroduction of theprogramme • Sharingourchallenges Each participant briefly presents his/her challenge in max. 5 minutes PART 2 –after a short break • Assignment 1 (find 3-4 otherparticipantsandfor a group) Exploringthepotable water case: what is theproblem?

  6. Programme (9.30am-13.30pm) • Plenaryintroduction 1 Findingpatterns in unstructuredproblems • Assignment 2 (please, go back toyourgroup) Worktogether on the question: onceagain, what’stheproblemnow? • Plenaryintroduction 2 Typing of problems, recognizingchallenges • Assignment 3 (please, go back toyourgroup) Worktogether on the question: One last time, what’stheproblem? • Closing of theday What does todaytellyouaboutyourownchallenge?

  7. Short break: back in 10 minutes!

  8. Assignment 1 –What is theproblem? Join a group of 3-5 otherparticipants Pleasereadthe teaching case Please take 15 minutes toreflectandanswerthe question Write yourconclusions on a flip Share itplenarywiththe rest of thegroup

  9. Introduction 1 - Recognizingpatterns in wickedproblems Culturalperspective • Images • Language Wicked Problems Politicalperspective Rationalperspective • Power • Interest • Facts & figures • Research Institutionalperspective • Formalrules, procedures, protocol • Informalrules Source: RittelandWebber, 1973.

  10. Assignment 2 –What is theproblem? Join a group of 3-5 otherparticipants Please take 15 minutes toreflectandanswerthe question Write yourconclusions on a flip Share itplenarywiththe rest of thegroup

  11. Introduction 2 – Types of challenges (1) Source: Heifetz, 1998.

  12. Introduction 2 – Types of challenges (2) Source: Heifetz, 1998.

  13. Assignment 3 –What is theproblem? (1) Join a group of 3-5 otherparticipants Please take 15 minutes toreflectandanswerthe question Write yourconclusions on a flip Share itplenarywiththe rest of thegroup

  14. Assignment 3 –What is theproblem? (2) • Adaptivechallenges: • … • Technical problems: • …

  15. Closing of theday What does todaytellyouaboutyourownchallenge? Wouldyousummarizeitdifferently? Whatwouldyouadvisetheotherparticipants? Wouldyourecommendthis training to a colleague?

  16. Learning line 3:Public Administration & EUI Module 2: Strategic planning andLeadershipto deal withuncertainty (SPLU) Regular workshop: What is theproblem? Whatwouldyou do? (Module 2, Building Block 2)

  17. Dobrohoranku!

  18. Let’s get toknoweachother a bit better… What is your name? What are youworking on right now? Couldyou share yourchallengewithus?

  19. Programme (9.30am-5pm) PART 1: Sharingchallenges • Welcome Gettingacquaintedandintroduction of theprogramme • Sharingourchallenges Each participant briefly presents his/her challenge in max. 5 minutes - Short break: 10 minutes - PART 2: What is theproblem? • Assignment 1 (find 3-4 otherparticipantsandfor a group) Exploringthepotable water case: what is theproblem?

  20. Programme (9.30am-5pm) • Plenaryintroduction 1 Findingpatterns in unstructuredproblems • Assignment 2 (please, go back toyourgroup) Worktogether on the question: onceagain, what’stheproblemnow? • Plenaryintroduction 2 Typing of problems, recognizingchallenges • Assignment 3 (please, go back toyourgroup) Worktogether on the question: One last time, what’stheproblem?

  21. Programme (9.30am-5pm) PART 3: Whatwouldyou do? • Presentation of a narrative, a challengeexperiencedbyotherstobe ‘solved’ bytheparticipants • Pleaseanswerthefollowing question: whatwouldyou do? • Closing of theday Lessonslearned? • Creativityrequiresthe courage to let go of certainties: • The frustration of notknowingthefinal image, notknowingwheretofindthe pieces, andtheabilitythatcomesfromhavingmany of them, and even beingabletodiscard a semi-formedpuzzlefor a new one: that’sdealingwithuncertainty.

  22. Short break: back in 10 minutes!

  23. Assignment 1 –What is theproblem? Join a group of 3-5 otherparticipants Pleasereadthe teaching case Please take 15 minutes toreflectandanswerthe question Write yourconclusions on a flip Share itplenarywiththe rest of thegroup

  24. Introduction 1 - Recognizingpatterns in wickedproblems Culturalperspective • Images • Language Wicked Problems Politicalperspective Rationalperspective • Power • Interest • Facts & figures • Research Institutionalperspective • Formalrules, procedures, protocol • Informalrules Source: RittelandWebber, 1973.

  25. Assignment 2 –What is theproblem? Join a group of 3-5 otherparticipants Please take 15 minutes toreflectandanswerthe question Write yourconclusions on a flip Share itplenarywiththe rest of thegroup

  26. Introduction 2 – Types of challenges (1) Source: Heifetz, 1998.

  27. Introduction 2 – Types of challenges (2) Source: Heifetz, 1998.

  28. Assignment 3 –What is theproblem? (1) Join a group of 3-5 otherparticipants Please take 15 minutes toreflectandanswerthe question Write yourconclusions on a flip Share itplenarywiththe rest of thegroup

  29. Assignment 3 –What is theproblem? (2) • Adaptivechallenges: • … • Technical problems: • …

  30. Assignment 4 –Whatwouldyou do? • Presentation of a narrative, a challengeexperiencedbyotherstobe ‘solved’ bytheparticipants • Pleaseanswerthefollowing question: whatwouldyou do? • Creativityrequiresthe courage to let go of certainties: • The frustration of notknowingthefinal image, notknowingwheretofindthe pieces, andtheabilitythatcomesfromhavingmany of them, and even beingabletodiscard a semi-formedpuzzlefor a new one: that’sdealingwithuncertainty.

  31. Closing of theday What does todaytellyouaboutyourownchallenge? Wouldyousummarizeitdifferently? Whatwouldyouadvisetheotherparticipants?

  32. Learning line 3:Public Administration & EUI Module 2: Strategic planning andLeadershipto deal withuncertainty (SPLU) Extended programme: Working on yourownchallenge (Module 2, Building Block 3)

  33. Dobrohoranku!

  34. Let’s get toknoweachother a bit better… What is your name? What are youworking on right now? Couldyou share yourchallengewithus?

  35. Programme (9.30am-5pm) • Welcome Gettingacquaintedandintroduction of theprogramme • Sharing of challenges Each participant briefly presents his/her challenge in max. 5 minutes • Step 1: Definetheproblem of eachchallenge Find 3-4 otherparticipantsand form a team. Help eachotheranalyzewhattheproblem is in eachchallenge in your team (Very important! Distinguishbetweentechnicalandadaptive) Lunch break – 45 minutes • Plenarypresentation of each team andthewholegroupreflects on theirconclusions • Step 2: Explorehowto deal withyourchallengebyaskingyour team members Joinonceagainyour team andaskthem ‘whatwouldyou do, ifyou had to deal with a similarsituation’?

  36. Step 1 –What is theproblem? Join a team of 3-4 participants Help eachotherdefinetheproblem of eachchallenge (technicalandadaptive!) Write yourconclusions on a flip Share itplenarywiththe rest of thegroupafter lunch

  37. Yourchallenge–What is theproblem? • Adaptivechallenges: • … • Technical problems: • …

  38. Recap 1 - Recognizingpatterns in wickedproblems Culturalperspective • Images • Language Wicked Problems Politicalperspective Rationalperspective • Power • Interest • Facts & figures • Research Institutionalperspective • Formalrules, procedures, protocol • Informalrules Source: RittelandWebber, 1973.

  39. Recap 2 – Types of challenges (1) Source: Heifetz, 1998.

  40. Recap 3 – Types of challenges (2) Source: Heifetz, 1998.

  41. Lunch: back in 45 minutes!

  42. Plenarypresentation of step 1 What is theproblem? • Technical problems: • … • Adaptivechallenges: • …

  43. Step 2 –Whatwouldyou do? Joinyour team of 3-5 otherparticipants Help eachotherto deal withthechallengethateach of you is facing. Askeachother: whatwouldyou do? Write yourconclusions on a flip Share itplenarywiththe rest of thegroup

  44. Plenarypresentation of step 2 Whatwouldyou do?

  45. Closing of theday What does todaytellyouaboutyourownchallenge? Wouldyousummarizeitdifferently? Whatwouldyouadvisetheotherparticipants?

  46. Thankyou! I hope toworkwithyouagain. Module: 1. Impact AA/DCFTA on PA 2. LeaderhsipandDealingwithuncertainty 3. Lead your team, make real change Method: Scenarioplanning Narratives Shared decision making Overview A4U Component 2: Learning line 3 – Public Administration Management & EU Integration (PAM&EUI)