What does it mean to lead in an emergent way? How do we support ourselves and our collaboratives to be open to new and transformational ways of working?
In this virtual office hour, John Kania, Cynthia Rayner, and Juanita Zerda (Collective Change Lab) answer attendee questions about the inherent tensions and challenges that arise when working in emergent ways, and share practices to navigate through them.
This virtual office hour was held on June 7, 2022.
Resources referenced during this discussion and in the audience chat included:
- Collective Change Lab
- The Relational Work of Systems Change (Stanford Social Innovation Review)
- The Systems Work of Social Change by Cynthia Rayner and François Bonnici
- Getting to Maybe by Frances Westley, Brenda Zimmerman and Michael Patton
- Brenda Zimmerman: Preventing Snap Back
- Emergent Strategy Shaping Change, Changing Worlds by adrienne maree brown
- Preventing System “Snap-Back” (Stanford Social Innovation Review)
- Introduction to Power (Nonprofit Quarterly)
- Six Conditions of Systems Change webinar
- Work of Hahrie Han
View Sessions in this Series
Part 1. How Can We Move Beyond Transactional Towards Relational Collaboration?
- Transformational Change with John Kania and Juanita Zerda of Collective Change Lab (Podcast)
- Shifting How We Work to Reach Transformational Change (Webinar)
- 10 Dangers to Collective Impact Article and Podcast
- Building System Leadership Skills with Advance Together podcast
- Video and Transcript: Keynote with Sonya Renee Taylor