Can Do Health & Care - Thinking Differently Together

1 | Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care System Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care System (ICS) Systems Leadership Our workshop was organised as we prepare to continue our work together to develop and evolve the way that we work together as an Integrated Care System in Suffolk and North East Essex. It provided an opportunity for our local health and care leaders to explore new thinking and new ideas to better understand each other’s context and perspectives, to think differently, to evolve and to transform the ways we take forward the work of the ICS. 1. Introduction Online Event Friday 9 October 2020 ‘Thinking Differently Together’ about… Myron’s Maxims: Criteria for Systemic Design and Radical Co-Creation People own what they help create 1 At the heart of co-creation. You can never direct, only disturb Real change takes place in real work Change is embodied in what we do and how we do it The people who do the work do the change Those who do – know how to do Connect the system to more of itself Release the intelligence of the group. Connections create healthier systems Start anywhere, follow it everywhere Begin with what matters and engage with what shows up The process we use to get to the future is the future we get The way we work together today creates the way we’ll work together tomorrow © Myron Rogers Meet Myron Myron Rogers is an author and consultant engaged in the design and delivery of large-scale strategic change efforts in the private and public sectors throughout the world. He is co-author of the best-selling A Simpler Way. His work has covered a broad range of organisations and issues, from battlefield learning for the U.S. Army to leadership development for the U.S. Episcopal priesthood; from business leadership transition in post-Apartheid South Africa to global strategic change for Unocal Corporation; from innovation creation for Hewlett- Packard to communities of practice in U.S. urban school districts; and from merger integration for the U.K. National Health System to collaborative learning for Cecosesola, a Venezuelan cooperative. Throughout the ‘90’s, he partnered with Margaret Wheatley and Fritjof Capra, developing theory and practice for large scale social systems change from a living systems perspective. He consults through his U.K. firm, The Phillips Kay Partnership, Ltd. He is also Chair and Trustee of the Lankelly Chase Foundation, a leading UK charity which seeks to change the systems that perpetuate severe and multiple disadvantage. Myron has been a co-convener of a series of critical public dialogues on topics ranging from intellectual capital and knowledge management, to conceptual frameworks for communities of practice, the implications of living systems theory for social change, as well as a national USA dialogue on standards-based public education in the United States. Myron was a co-founder of the Berkana Institute. He was a founder advisory board member of the Centre for Innovation for Health Management, Leeds University. Myron has been named a Global Thought Leader by both the Peter Drucker Foundation and the Fetzer Institute. 1 Attributed to Kurt Lewin and Margaret Mead, et al