Embracing the Future – Leadership for the 21st Century.  Winter 2011

Assignments appear in BOLD on the day they are due.

This schedule may change; check it several times a week.  Listen in class for changes and updates.

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Revised 2/27/11

Week 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mon. Feb 7
WRITE Essay 1 Final Due

READ Brisken Intro, Chap. 1-3

Suggested READ Craig Hamilton's A Different Kind of Knowing (lays out the levels of knowing from factual to generative) - will be discussed in class.

SGID

Film: Taking Root: Waangari Maathi

Assign Essay 2

Case-In-Point Groups

 

Wed. Feb 9

READ Course Reader/ Ensler, Berger

WRITE Seminar prep 5

Seminar: Ensler & Berger

WRITE Mid quarter self evaluation

Review SGID

REVIEW Executive Summary of  Otto Scharmer's (MIT) Theory U

Introduce Final Project

 

 

Week 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mon. Feb 14 -  Valentine's Day Potluck

Judy Gage: Advising

READ: Parks, Chapter 7 (optional)

HAND IN: Cultural Interview 2 (Bring 2 extra copies -- no need to make extra copies of the transcript)

HAND IN: Mid quarter self evaluation

Pick "Swamp" group and have first meeting (project worksheet handout)

Elements of Literature Handout

Work on essay 2

 

 Wed.  Feb 16  (Jane late to class)

BRING: Essay 2 Rough Draft/ 4 copies
PREP for Fishbowl Synthesis Seminar

LeGuin: an introduction

Essay 2 rough draft work

Synthesis seminar: Rusesabagina, Ensler, Berger, Parks, Brisken, films

LeGuin Assignment Overview

 

 

 

Week 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mon. Feb 21

 

No Class – President’s Day Holiday

 

READ Brisken Chap. 7-8,  Post a Final Reflection to the blog (see question on blog)

Wed. Feb 23

 

WRITE Essay 2 Revised Draft

READ LeGuin as assigned

WRITE Seminar prep 6

 

Essay 2: Peer Review

LeGuin: an introduction


Annotated Bibliography (for researcher in "Swamp" group)

Scharmer PPT

"Swamp" Group time

 

 

Week 9

Mon. Feb 28

READ LeGuin, as assigned

WRITE Essay 2 Final (moved to Wed)

READ Isaacs Chap. 10-13

 

Library Research Visit
Small group presentations - LeGuin

 

 

Wed. March 2

READ LeGuin, as assigned

WRITE Essay 2 Final

WRITE Seminar prep 7
 

Write Peer Reviews of Swamp Group Members
(due 3/7)

 

Seminar: LeGuin

 

Final swamp project work & research plan due to Jane, Friday, March 4th)

 

A little bit about Dynamic Governance or Sociocracy (Jane)

 

Discussion of Final Deliverables:

Content of Project Notebook, Final Paper & Final Presentations (all due March 21)

 

1. Individual Papers on Adaptive Leadership (to be handed in separately; 2 copies)

 

2. Swamp Project Notebook: to include

  • Annotated  Bibliography

  • Summary of Meeting Notes

  • Group norms, roles & timelines/responsibilities

  • Summary of Recommendation of Investigation into a Swamp Issue (what was discovered and adaptive response)

3. Final Oral Presentations (maximum 15 minutes) and Rubric
 

Week 10

Mon. March 7

 

READ Isaacs: chapters 16 and 17
Lecture Presentation on Isaacs

 

Swamp Group Peer Reviews Due 
 

Service Learning Group presentation


Swamp Group Project Time!

 

Wed. March 9

 

Advisor from UW Evening School coming to class at 5:30 pm

 

READ: Cameron, Daughters of Copper Woman
 

WRITE: Seminar prep 8

WRITE Reflection Swamp Group Peer Review

 

Seminar: Cameron

Work on Final Projects & Discuss Group Peer Reviews

Week 11

 

Mon. March 14

Final Project/Paper: Rough Draft
 

Annotated Bibliography
 

Project Time!

 

Wed. March 16

Final Project Paper: Revised Draft

 

Grand Synthesis Seminar

 

Revised draft of all components for peer review and proofing

 

Essay #3 checklist   

 

Bibliography checklist
 

 

Week 12

 

 

Mon. March 21 Celebration and Potluck

 

DUE: Final Project Notebooks, Individual Papers (2 copies please!) & Final Swamp Project Presentations

 

Course Evaluations

No work will be accepted after this class