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    Levers of Change

    November 26th, 2012

    Last week I delivered a keynote at the JISC Innovating e-Learning Online Conference.

    James Clay will be asking delegates to consider some of the conversations we have had over the last ten years and challenging us to consider why we keep asking the same questions, why we are sometimes slow to take action and to really look hard at our responses to change. James will offer some of his own observations around why we seem reluctant to learn from the past and argues that this is as important as looking to the future.

    What I wanted to achieve with this keynote was to explore the reasons behind what we decide to research and to investigate what does change in organisations.

    The slides I used were as follows and I think I broke the record with 143 slides.

    The presentation was delivered online using Blackboard Collaborate and over a hundred people “watched”.

    I made use of the environment to engage the audience and to get them to interact with me and each other.

    Overall I was pleased with the presentation and the outcomes. I also got some really nice feedback too.