Open University Governing Complexity – developing appropriate praxis with citizens and organisations – recorded webcasts from June 2018

Governing Complexitiy
developing appropriate praxis with citizens and organisations

This event took place on 12th June 2018 at 9:30am (08:30 GMT)

09:30 Welcome. Professor Simon Lee, Director, Citizenship & Governance SRA.

09:40 Scene setting: why governing, why organizations; why citizens? Professor Ray Ison, OU Professor of Systems.]#

10:00 Insights from OECD case studies. Piret TõnuristOECD.

10:45 Table-based reflections: questions for the Pirect/OECD group and for framing the day.

11:30 Insights from employing a cadre of Systems Thinking Practitioners (STP): Professionalising, Contributions to Organizational Functioning. STP Employer Panel: Alice EvansLankelly Chase; Dave Kelly, Greater Manchester Police; Lee Hebert, Lloyds Bank.

12:15 Insights from being employed as a STP: Transforming organizational life…or not? STP Employee Panel: Dr Niki Jobson DSTL; John Rogers, Wiltshire Council.

13:30 Citizenship & Governance: Perspectives from policing; social enterprise & collaborative governing. Governing and Citizenship Panel 1. Professor Edoardo Ongaro; Dr Leslie Budd; Dr Karen Potter.

14:15 Plenary Discussion.

14:30 Researching STiP capability development – main findings. Governing as applied systems thinking in practice. Governing and Citizenship Panel 2. Dr Martin Reynolds & Dr Rupesh ShahEd Straw.

15:15 Plenary Discussion.

15:30 STP as an occupation: next steps. Alice Evans & Professor Ray Ison.

15:45 Reflections on the day. Piret Tõnurist & Professor Simon Lee.

16:00 Close.

Please select from replays below:

9:30 am Session 1
11:30 am Sesion 2
1:30 pm Session 3

Source: Governing Complexitiy – developing appropriate praxis with citizens and organisations