Collegiality as organizational culture – change and development and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

How do you change the university without damaging the academic culture? And what are the features of a good microcultural entity with a developmental agenda? According to Torgny Roxå, the key to defend the academic identity and values while developing the organisation through change, is collegiality and supporting the coordinative function of weak ties. In this keynote presentation of the KTH Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) 2017, Roxå shares his view on what SoTL is all about, as well as providing communicative solutions to be used for development of both individuals and organisations.

Keynote presentation at KTH SoTL 2017: Torgny Roxå

(0:50) 1. How do you change university?
(2:12) 2. The aim of Roxå
(2:55) 3. About culture
(4:55) 4. How it should be
(9:30) 5. How it works, where meaning is created
(11:15) 6. Conceptualization of how the organization work
(14:27) 7. Features of "good" microcultural entities
(21:48) 8. Four ideal types of microcultures
(29:35) 9. Why the organization should strive for a place of community of practice
(31:40) 10. How to defend the academic identity and values
(32:30) 11. How to get more weak ties
(34:30) 12. What SoTL is about
(37:00) 13. The SoTL method
(38:05) 14. Question: How can one infuse knowledge about T&L into the groups with strong ties?
(44:30) 15. Question: How to develop?

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