Dark matter, service ecosystems, and outside-in thinking — How might service design disrupt dominant logics in educational development?
Pragmatic educational developers interested in enabling meaningful learning experiences and organizational change can learn from service design, a design movement that is reshaping institutions and organizations worldwide and driving social innovation.
What do you think?
The Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education is holding its annual conference in Dallas, TX in early November, and POD recently announced they would be holding a couple of UnConference sessions.
I am toying with proposing a lightening talk and have to brainstorm a proposed title and one-sentence summary by next week.
Here a five titles I brainstormed yesterday. Would you vote for any of them? Why?
1. Service Design, Team Coaching, and Work-based Social Performance Support, or How might we disrupt the dominant logics of educational development?
2. Everything I learned about educational development, I learned from Australia, Hong Kong, and Sweden, Or, Why North American educational developers should attend to ideas from elsewhere.
3. Against educational development relativism, or Why teaching and learning centres should resist anything goes.
4. “It’s the relationships, stupid!”: Non-directive educational development
5. What’s your unit of analysis? Individuals, teams, units, institutions or systems
What do you think? Seen a great lightning talk in the past? Help me out and. Share a link to the talk or description in the comments.