Schedule this is how it works:

MID TERM (have steps 1 to 11 done in Final Report) - 16 October

23 OCT
DATE Questions DUE FRIDAY

TOPIC

BOOK CHAPTERS TEAM LESSON
Aug 21 Mon

Question 1a: What is Becoming Agile and give examples ? 1b:What is your living story of your interest in small business consulting FUTURE? Please have 2 pages (single spaced) total for both questions; include references DUE next class period (one week) print it to class in printout

 

 

 

 

 

Boje's Demo of Lesson Plan and INTRO TO SEAM YOUTUBE

Each member does a BUSINESS CONSULTING APPLICATION (unless team is agree on one client).

4-Leaf SEAM clover and A - B- C Axes (bring this to first meeting with client) & DPIE

SEAM 2016 TEMPLATE FOR FINAL REPORT (bring copy to show client)

6 MANAGEMENT TOOLS YOU NEED, download today & show client:

PNAC TOOL form

TIME MANAGEMENT TOOL form

PAP TOOL form

IESP TOOL form

COMPETENCY GRID TOOL form

PILOTING LOGBOOK WEEKLY UPDATE

Agile pp. 1-10

SEAM Book pp. 16-24 (will lecture on it till book pages are copied)

MBA Hidden Costs book (MBAs) Introduction

Ethics Book

 

 

 

PILOTING LOGBOOK TOOL (your REPORT TEMPLATE)

The most important skill is LISTENING and TAKING VERBATIM FIELD NOTES (We don't do surveys!)

for next class have potential client fill out BUSINESS CONSULTING APPLICATION (signed by potential client) &

a confidentiality agreement that class members sign (client does not need to sign) Please bring both to next class

 

 

28 Aug

From here on out Teams will coordinate to design the two questions: one on readings, and one personal living story to implement SEAM 

Please bring your LOGBOOK (3 ring notebook TODAY to class with forms in it) Next:

  1. We form 10 teams (3 persons each, one or two with four) & DO TEAM FROM HELL EXERCISE in each new team; Team's CHOOSE A PROJECT (first come first served).

  2. SEAM in relation to storytelling and AGILE
  3. Hidden Costs(main figure for SEAM consultation overview)
  4. A - B- C Axes
  5. Report Template

Book II ethical  ways

Agile pp. 11-22

SEE AWESOME FILM BY TEAM ONE

SEAM Book chap 5 Boje's STORYTELLING AND SEAM TO BE AGILE slides

MBA Hidden Costs Ch 1 The origin of HC

Ethics Book II 

NOTE: Please bring print out of your answer to class. Our procedure is to give you ONE WEEK and you bring answer to the next class, with YOUR NAME, YOUR PROJECT TEAM NAME, and CLASS

 

MBA1 AND UNDERGRAD Team 1 , D-P-I-E progress, & 2 QUESTIONS, class learning activity Do lesson plan| Each team prints there team scoring form for the entire class to fill out for their event

Work on choosing organizations to work with based on each person turning in business consulting application

4 Sep HOLIDAY Labor day NO CLASS please get client app filled out for next class no class no class
11 Sep

Please bring your LOGBOOK (3 ring notebook TODAY to class with forms in it; one notebook per team)

 

 

 

 Quantum Spiral Book Ch 6: 23 steps

Start with D-P-I-E 1 2 & 3

Know Figure Six - Psychoanalytic SEAM(deeper theory of SEAM for MBAs

new slides on Hidden Costs by Abdul

Boje notes on today's readings

See the Deloitte Consulting study that cost $618,000 on how to reengineer and reorganize NMSU

Agile pp. 23-36

SEAM Book chap 6

MBA Hidden Costs Ch 2 Evaluating HC

Ethics Book III 

See TEAM 2 (Boje & Armando) Slides

MBA2 AND UNDERGRAD Team 2 (BOJE)– YouTube, Slides about the book chapters, D-P-I-E progress, & class learning activity and MAKE UP 2 QUESTIONS;  Do lesson plan

18 Sep

SHOW your LOGBOOK Weekly form (each person) - can be on laptop or cell phone to show progress

Submit your PNAC form all filled in -- bring to class

From here on out Teams will coordinate to design the two questions: one on readings, and one personal living story to implement SEAM 

 

Agile pp. 37-43

SEAM Book chap 7 IESAP tool

MBA Hidden Costs Ch 3 Sustainable reduction of HC

Ethics Book IV  

 

MBA3 AND UNDERGRAD Team 3 , D-P-I-E progress, Slides about the book chapters, & class learning activity Do lesson plan

SEE TEAM 3 YouTube Video

25 Sep

From here on out Teams will coordinate to design the two questions: one on readings, and one personal living story to implement SEAM 

 

Submit your PAP Form all filled in?

 

Agile pp. 44-65

SEAM Book chap 7 PAP tool

MBA Hidden Costs Ch 4 Horivert

Ethics Book V  

 

MBA4 AND UNDERGRAD Team 4 – YouTube, guest

Boje's Slides on Mirror Effect and Datability - using Golf Example

2 Oct

From here on out Teams will coordinate to design the two questions: one on readings, and one personal living story to implement SEAM 

Zip Zap Zop

Sustainability: socio-cultural, economic, and environmental Client Rating/Grading Sheet

 

Agile pp.66-74

SEAM Book chap 7 Competency Grid Tool

MBA Hidden Costs Ch 5 Socioeconomic Diagostic

 

Ethics Book VI 


 

SEE BOJE's SUMMARY of how to apply Agile, MBA Hidden Cost Readings to TEAM 5's TINY HOMES PROJECT (in Word)

MBA1 AND UNDERGRAD Team 5 Questions:

Q1) What Is the Influence of Socio-economic Status on …your client (or choose your own topic to apply socio-economic to)? 

Q2In your own words, what are the advantages of having a growth mindset when being an agile sole proprietor? 

 Do lesson plan

Crowd Sourcing: e.g. GoFundMe at Veterans Theater or Lucky Ant's  & RocketHub

building a VETERANS VILLAGE of Tiny Homes in Las Cruces. (see Slides Boje presentation

9 Oct

From here on out Teams will coordinate to design the two questions: one on readings, and one personal living story to implement SEAM 

 

 

Hawks at NMSU The sustainability side of SEAM - by D. Boje

Voluntary and Involuntary

YouTube The Story of Stuff and its HIDDEN COSTS

Hidden Costs of Hawk-Human-Habitat

Agile pp. 75-81

SEAM Book chap 7 Time Management Tool

MBA Hidden Costs Ch 6 Socio-economic Innovation Project

Ethics Book VII  

BOJE SLIDES see part II for 448/548 Swainson's Hawk

plus SCOUTS SUSTAINABILITY MERIT BADGE

Armando's HC Diagnosis Slides

 

 

MBA2 AND UNDERGRAD Team 6 – come up with two questions

 

 

YouTube, guest, D-P-I-E progress, Slides about the book chapters, & class learning activity Do lesson plan

16 Oct From here on out Teams will coordinate to design the two questions: one on readings, and one personal living story to implement SEAM  Need for Managerial SkillCrowd Source Lucky Ant's   RocketHub

Agile pp. 82-95

SEAM Book chap 7 PNAC tool

MBA Hidden Costs CH 8 Socio-economic Management HC and PNAC

 

 

Ethics Book IX 

 

 

  Team 7 and MBA 3 come up with 2 questions
16 Oct From here on out Teams will coordinate to design the two questions: one on readings, and one personal living story to implement SEAM  Need for Managerial SkillCrowd Source Lucky Ant's   RocketHub

Agile pp. 82-95

SEAM Book chap 7 PNAC tool

MBA Hidden Costs CH 8 Socio-economic Management HC and PNAC

 

 

Ethics Book IX 

 

 

  Team 7 and MBA 3 come up with 2 questions
         
23 Oct MID TERM

MID TERM PROJECT PRESENTATIONS example: SEAM Case Book

Mid-term Check List

Each team does a Boalian Forum Theater skit, or an Hellinger Family Business Intergenerational Theater

See your lesson plan for example

(each team bring food, to make this fun event for themselves; have peer review in sealed envelope)
30 Oct

From here on out Teams will coordinate to design the two questions: one on readings, and one personal living story to implement SEAM 

Image & Counter Image

DOUBLE SPIRAL image, done in aVISION BOARD

Agile pp. 96-112

SEAM Book chap 8

MBA Hidden Costs Ch 9 The Strategic Piloting Indicator Logbook

Ethics Book X

MBA4 AND UNDERGRAD Team 8 – YouTube, guest, D-P-I-E progress, Slides about the book chapters, & class learning activity Do lesson plan

6 Nov

From here on out Teams will coordinate to design the two questions: one on readings, and one personal living story to implement SEAM 

Competitive Advantage

 

ORGANIZE FINAL FOOD EVENT

Please bring food, chips, ice cream, etc. so we can share and have fun at our last event

Each team birng something different

Agile pp. 113-116

MBA SEAM Book Appendix 1 and 2

Hidden Costs Ch 10 Evaluation of Results

Agile pp. 117-133

SEAM Book Appendix 3

MBA Hidden Costs Postscript and Appendix A

Agile pp. 134-144

SEAM Book Appendix 4 & 5

MBA Hidden Costs Appendix B & C

 

MBA1 AND UNDERGRAD TEAM 9 lesson plan

 

Nov 13

 

 

questions 10a and 10b done by team 7

TEAM 10 and MBA 2, 3, 4

20-24 Nov

we do NOT meet as class

FALL BREAK

 

 

 

 

 

 

27 Noc planning for exam planning planning planning
4 Dec

 

EXAM TIME IS 3:30 to 5:30PM - CHECK YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE - report any conflictsAll members of team must attend FINAL, NO EXCUSES - (each team bring food, to make this fun event for themselves; have peer review in sealed envelopes in final report all steps done, thank you letter to client, and client's eval of your report) - Thank you

 

 

How to create Double Spirals for your final Report

Please bring food, chips, ice cream, etc. so we can share and have fun at our last event

 

If you did not do skit mid-term, then for final please do a skit showing the main Dysfunction you found with SEAM using Boal FORUM Theater or Hellinger INTERGENERATIONAL Theater method

 

 

Team 11 presents its film and does Q& A on two finals questions below, no other parts of lesson plan

Teams will bring food or paper plates or paper cups, no Sugary sodas, no Styrofoam please.

Be sure to put your 360 peer review in sealed envelop with your name, team name, and team number, bring to final exam this can be copied from tail end of FINAL CHECKLIST (submit in sealed envelop). Thank you.

 


Final Report Check list Submit copy SELF-SCORED with your report (LOGBOOK) & Include Client Rating/Grading Sheet in final report

include graded midterm check list

DO FINAL CHECKLIST and fill in self-scores and submit with FINAL REPORT, with color on cover and AMAZING SPIRALS

Note: Your Client/shows up (in person or on film) for MID-term or show transcript of interview for the FINALS Presentaiton of Intervention Project Assessment 

Final Exam Questions

1. To Teams, What is the VALUE-ADDED you accomplished for your CLIENT (not the report, but something you added to revenue or human potential, or lowering costs of cleint; Each team member must answer what they did, what part of project they LED to do these results?

2. To Each Individual, What is most important thing you learned about SOCIOECONOMIC consulting? Please make it something from the books read that you applied.