Earth 2 Mars

Course Content
Module 0: Welcome & Introduction
By the end of this module, you will be able to: Connect with our purpose and why E-meet the facilitator(s) Orientate yourself with our learning system Clarify the outcomes for your learning
Module 1: Power Dynamics in the Space Age
By the end of this module, you will be able to: Explain how change has changed over the 3 industrial ages we have experienced in this generation, Describe and apply "New vs Old" power models for leaders and organisations, Define and explain Radical Change and the importance of human-centred design and behavioural science in an age of digital transparency and democratised technology, Define, demystify and explain change management to those who are unfamiliar with our profession, Explain our 3 step methodology for inclusive and co-created change approaches, Explain and consider the 4 non-negotiables in change, Explain human behaviour and responses in context of any change we face
Module 2: Radical Change – The Beautiful Basics
By the end of this module you will be able to: Explain and unpack the elements of Radical Change and justify new approaches to change with reference to macro trends Define and demystify human-centred design Use your first human-centred design tool (Rose-Thorn-Bud) Explain the beautiful and universal basics of change management Uphold the 4 non-negotiables of Radical Change
Module 3: Navigating Change the Human-Centric Way
By the end of this module, you will be able to: Explain the 3 phases of our Change Diagnostic methodology Name the individual steps within each phase of our Change Diagnostic methodology
Module 4: Probing – Co-Creating a Compelling Change Narrative
By the end of this modules, you will be able to: Explain why having a have a compelling change narrative is so important when it comes to change Describe the elements of a good narrative and the 5W model Co-create a change narrative using a concept poster
Module 5: Probing – Scoping & Levels of Change
By the end of this module, you will be able to: Explain the McKinsey 7S model Scope the change using the Change Radar human-centred design toolkit
Module 6: Probing – Defining Measures of Success
By the end of this module, you will be able to: Explain the ROI Institute V-model Apply the V-Model framework in workshopping measures of success Access the V-Model and Data Collection plan templates to assist you using using the framework
Module 7: Deep Dive – Stakeholder Mapping
By the end of this learning modules, you will be able to: - explain the importance of a stakeholder mapping - demystify and define influence vs impact for your clients - Use a stakeholder matrix HCD exercise to strategise your change approach
Module 8: Deep-Dive – Change Impact Assessment
By the end of this module, you will be able to: - demystify what a change impact assessment is - explain our Earth2Mars C.A.R.E. approach to your clients - explain the COPPSE model in context of change impacts - introduce an importance difficult matrix - use HCD Round Robyn and Important Difficulty Matrix to facilitate a co-created change impact analysis
Module 9: Deep-Dive – Comms Channel Analysis
By the end of this module, you will be able to: -explain what a comms channel analysis is and why it is important to perform it -define and destinguish between project vs BAU comms for your stakeholders -capture BAU comms channels using our template
Module 10: Deep-Dive – Learning Needs Analysis
By the end of this module, you will be able to: - explain what a learning needs analysis is and why it is important to perform it - explain the ADDIE model for learning and where the learning needs fits within this methodology - capture learning needs using our template
Module 11: Shaping – Co-creating the Change Approach & Plans
By the end of this module, you will be able to: - explain the importance of converging and shaping your findings into a comprehensive change strategy & plan - connect the dots and summarise how the different HCD outputs come together to form the change strategy & plans - use HCD to co-create and shape the plan via Andrew's practical "method to madness" - link with other traditional approaches to change - download our skeleton pack to get you started
Module 12: Final steps to complete your learning
Follow these final and important steps to completing your learning and becoming a human-centred design change practitioner.
Human-Centred Design for Change (Self Paced Learning)
About Lesson

Andrew Butow – CEO and Radical Change Facilitator

I founded Earth2Mars because at the most basic level, I want to help people and make a difference in the world. With almost 2 decades of personal, technological and organisational change experience, I am able to bring together the best of business, consulting, design-thinking and behavioural science to any challenge, big, small or somewhere in between.

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Video Transcript

Greetings, fellow earthlings, my name is Andrew and I am a radical change facilitator at Earth2Mars. We believe that everybody deserves a place, now and in the future, so we can make history. And this is why when it comes to change and helping organisations, teams, leaders and individuals through change, only inclusive, collaborative and human-focused approaches will work.

So congratulations on signing up for our online program because that is really what the ethos of our organisation is about. All businesses out there globally are facing huge and unprecedented amounts of change that are complex, that is systemic and has an impact not just on the people within the organisation but also without. We are thrilled to be sharing with you some of our very contemporary and awesome practices that leverage the best of business consulting, behavioural science and, of course, human-centred design in leading change within and without organisations.

Just to set some realistic expectations, we have jam-packed a lot of our virtual and face-to-face content into this course so that we can make it available to you and everybody else globally in the world who might not be able to attend our live sessions.

So with that said, it is important that you are 100% committed from the get-go to do all the assignments, give it a go, practice these things and actually apply. The more you put into this, the more you’re gonna get out, and of course, leverage our change community globally which is always there to support you.

Realistically, just to set the expectations, we’re only looking at about 15 to 20 minutes a day of commitment and the more your practice outside of that time, the better a practitioner you would be, because it is a bit of a mindset shift, going from the traditional tick-box exercises in change to more collaborative, facilitated and human-focused ways of change. So I’m looking forward to our time together digitally.

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