Unbundle 3.0: Reimagining the Role of Leadership with Micro-Improvements
The day began with a fun and meaningful icebreaker – speed bonding where participants were asked to share a recent highlight, their spirit vegetable, thoughts on the Bengaluru weather, a Zoom fiasco and much more.
Participant groups shared some of the design principles (short, small, tangible, flexible, meaningful etc.) if they were to design micro-improvements for their stakeholders and used the co-creation wall to display their ideas.
Next was a distinctive visualisation of micro-improvements approach which led to some meaningful and colourful illustrations.
Mantra4Change also presented a program imagination that uses this approach – implemented in Bihar under the Guided Reading Campaign.
Lunch was a delicious south Indian meal after which everyone stretched and came together for a co-creation marathon.
In groups, participants created a persona for a chosen stakeholder listing down their roles, responsibilities, pain points and aspirations. This led to micro-improvement projects that the stakeholders can actually design and implement on ground. Many examples of micro-improvement projects for teachers, teacher educators, parents and community members came out!