SEAM means Socio-Economic Approach to Management
- Axis of improvement begins with Diagnosis of the ARTS SCENES' antenarratives. Ante means "bet" & a "before" a bet on the future and a before the future is here. Develop examples of 3 types of antenarratives: (1) linear storytelling lines into the future of arts scene that are progressive or regressive; (2) cyclical antenarratives such as eternal recurrence (Nietzsche) where a constellation of forces provokes a tyrant or a democracy to emerge, & (3) Rhizome (means a tuber that has vines above ground, & root tentacles that are subterranean
antenarrative of the project intervention and how it was co-designe to change the future of Arts Scene beyond the end of term. Student consultants submitting mission, goals, & intervention & antenarrating that are not co-designed with clients receive a failing grade for the course
Implementation antenarrative of project implementation. Implementation includes MIRROR EFFECT - a full disculosure of fieldnote narratives (of the past), living stories (of unfolding now), & antenarratives (bets on the future of Arts Scene). This is where your field notes come into play -- The intervention is the ripple effects over next 5 years
IESAP covers 5 years (make a chart with 3 objectives and a 5-year implementation schedule). INTERNAL is 6 Dysfunctions (WO, WC, 3Cs, TM, TNG, SI) that includes root cause and story chart, Mirror Effect direct quotes from stakeholders (copied out of your Notebook interview & observation verbatim quotes) & hidden revenue/hidden cost. Root cause & story charts are part of IESAP-INTERNAL. The EXTERNAL are the relevant socioeconomic indicators from your SPILB for the Arts Scene, and role of your task force therein.
his is a simple chart translating the IESAP goals to specific sub-objectives, with priority actions, and who is responsible, and when it gets done during the semester. Must have time deadlines, must be co-generated with client
Do one before and after the project intervention (includes students & task force delegates). What are your/their strong, weak, and critical competencies to develop? These are the skills/competencies needed to pull of the intervention of PAP, Mirror Effect (see Implementations, above) and the longer-term IESAP
The tool measures how they use time now with time habits (before Mirror Effect) that keep them stuck where they are, and how time is used differently in the future so they move into implementation of strategy. Ask client to keep time diary over several days.
Develop 5 types of indicators for IESAP, PAP, etc for yourself, your client, and your task force. Extra credit for economic type indicators ($$$ costs & revenues) that impact the entire arts scene. SPILB is resource for all elements of Axes A, B, & C
PNAC for your part of contract for three Goals your team will complete with any particular client / task force. PNAC is renegotiated at least twice during the term to keep your goals in sync with client/task force expectations
torytelling of the external environmental changes: products, markets, rules, interorganizational collaboration, and new technologies choices in arts scene, and how your task force fits therein. And the internal storytelling, that includes founding narrative, history and antenarrative future of your task force's domain in the arts scene
Storytelling of how your intervention improves human potential of people in the ARTS SCENE. This is an ANTENARRATIVE - an ante is a bet, and a before-narrative; its your bet on the future.
Includes physical, technological, organizational, demographic, and mental structure improvements. Contrast the narratives of the past (being stuck in the past) and the antenarratives of the future, after intervention.
Storytelling of five ethical areas: individual behavior ethics, group activity behavior ethics, sectoral behavior ethics (i.e. across units), pressure group ethics, & collective behavior ethics. This is Living Story (Now and Here) of how people's living stories have ethical import, or what Bakhtin calls ANSWERABILITY - a person being in the moment of now & here, being the only person who can act, and is responsible for intervening to make things better, more ethical