In our second episode, we chat with Dr. Barry O’Reilly. Dr Barry O’Reilly’s background is in archaeology, folk tradition and architectural heritage. His main area of research is vernacular (traditional) architecture, in which he has an MA from University College Dublin and a PhD from Oxford Brookes University. Most recently he has studied traditional settlements (mainly farming hamlets) in Ireland and internationally. He has managed National Inventory of Architectural Heritage surveys throughout Ireland. Barry also has an MUBC degree from UCD that included a study of corrugated iron. Barry has lectured widely on vernacular architecture and on architectural heritage in general.In today's chat, we cover everything from how Barry’s initial interest in Irish Vernacular heritage developed, his definition of what vernacular means to him, the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, the upcoming strategy document soon to be published by DoHLGH entitled "A Living Tradition - a strategy to better understand, mind and hand on our vernacular heritage", and “Broom” who pops in for a guest appearance!Hosted by Tríona Byrne and Róisín Beirne.Edited by Deirdre Keeley.Artwork by Róisín Beirne.Theme music by Cillian Byrne.Generously supported by the Heritage Council as part of their Heritage Sector Support Fund 2021.The podcast was recorded on Zoom in July 2021. If you have a question or feedback on the series, we’d love to hear from you so please get in touch by emailing us at email@example.com. For more information on SPAB Ireland visit www.spab.org.uk/about-us/spab-ireland.You can follow our social media @SPABIreland on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/spabireland, Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/spabireland and Twitter - https://twitter.com/SPABIreland and you can also check our website https://www.spab.org.uk/members/regional-groups/spab-ireland. Subscribe, enjoy and please leave a review! Irish Folk Ways, Evans, E. Estyn (1957)The Year in Ireland, Danaher, K (1972)Foclóir Gaeḋilge agus Béarla, Dineen, Rev Patrick S (1927)The Way : An Ecological World-View, Goldsmith, E (1992)Cider with Rosey, Lee, L (1959)Towards a New Architecture, Le Corbusier, 1923Upcoming publication due from Department of Housing Local Government and Heritage has the working title “A Living Tradition - a strategy to better understand, mind and hand on our vernacular heritage”McCarthy, Mary. “The Provision of Rural Local-Authority Housing and Domestic Space: a Comparative North-South Study, 1942-60.” Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, vol. 111C, 2011, pp. 287–309. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/41472823.Sugan chair - http://irisharchaeology.ie/2014/07/the-throne-of-the-quiet-man-the-sugan-chair/Sweathouse - http://irisharchaeology.ie/2012/03/the-sweat-house-at-creevaghbaun-co-galway/Seamus Kirwan House Wexford - https://www.heritagecouncil.ie/projects/mayglass-farmsteadMenlo, Co. Galway https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menlo,_County_Galway
#9 Redesigning The Organisations Of Tomorrow | Barry O'Reilly, best selling author and Business Adviser (EVENT)
Igniting Change and Transforming Cultures Podcast by Neu21
Is it organisations that get disrupted or is it people who get disrupted? Who’s responsibility is it to lead the way to impactful change? Why do leaders need to see themselves as designers? How do you let go of legacy thinking in order to reach new heights? These are all questions that were discussed during a special online event called Redesigning the Organisations of Tomorrow that Neu21 recently hosted featuring bestselling author Barry O’Reilly as our special guest. Barry is the author of two well-known business books – The Lean Enterprise and ‘Unlearn – Let Go of Past Success to Achieve Extraordinary results’ and his take on organizational design is very focused on changing the way individuals think and act- as Afterall, organisations don’t create change, people do. His stories about unlearning, relearning, and breaking through in organisations like Capital One, NASA, Wells Fargo, and the International Airlines Group had us all transfixed to our screens. We’re thrilled to bring it to you in podcast form. Joining Barry on the virtual couch was podcast co-host Sian Jones and Eduardo Nofuentes who you will have heard talk about organizational design in a previous podcast. —- Welcome to the Igniting Change and Transforming Cultures Podcast. Our mission is to revolutionise the way organisations and their people think, innovate, and experience work. We want to empower organisations and teams to work in ways that transform their culture and work around them. --- If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a rating so that we can reach more people to ignite change and transform cultures Follow us: Website: https://www.neu21.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/neu21 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neu21global/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Neu21global Get in touch: https://www.neu21.com/contact-us +61 3 9020 7341 firstname.lastname@example.org --- Neu21 Academy Check out our range of Learning Programs in Design Thinking, New Ways of Working, Delivery and Change Courses https://www.neu21.com/academy
Everything you need to know about Unlearning - a conversation with Barry O'Reilly
Nexxworks Innovation Talks
Barry O'Reilly - entrepreneur, keynote speaker and author of 'Unlearn' and 'Lean Enterprise' - was interviewed by #nexxworks Content Director Laurence Van Elegem about unlearning (what it is, why we need it and how you can achieve it), thinking big, starting small, psychological safety, asking questions, values, becoming outcome (instead of output) focussed, learning anxiety, survival anxiety, vulnerable leadership and many more things. Find out more about innovation and the future of your company on nexxworks.com!
The Need for Unlearning in Rapid Exponential Change with Barry O'Reilly
Straight Talk in the COVID Economy
Barry O'Reilly is the international bestselling author of Unlearn: Let Go of Past Success to Achieve Extraordinary Results and Lean Enterprise: How High Performance Organizations Innovate at Scale.In this episode, Larry and Barry discuss the nature of unlearning as a means for learning and relearning within rapid exponential change, methods of keeping up with exponential change and the way in which learning and education is being transformed in the new COVID Economy.Find Barry:https://barryoreilly.com/ https://twitter.com/barryoreillyFind out more about Resilient Futures: http://www.resilientfutures.com/getstartedDonate to Impact Africa Network: http://www.impactafrica.network
Decoding AQ with Ross Thornley Feat. Barry O'Reilly- 'UNLEARN' to breakthrough
DECODING AQ - Adaptability Confidence With Ross Thornley
Barry O’Reilly is an author, software developer, and founder of ExecCamp. Host Ross Thornley and Barry talk about his book, “Unlearn,” the importance of co-creation within the marketplace, and why most people adapt or die rather than experiment and learn while at the top of their industry. Barry and Ross also discuss the helpfulness of putting yourself into uncomfortable situations because you have a vision or a goal — and thinking big but starting small to feel successful. Timestamps:1:14: Barry’s journey — in his own words6:42: The landscape shift in keeping up with the speed of change10:15: The background of unlearning and manifesting into a book14:29: The difficulty of unlearning 17:16: The correlation of the adaptability of people and organizations 24:28: Behaviors Barry has adopted to unlearn30:13: Becoming more adaptable when forced to make a change35:19: Adaptability in the context of the work Barry is doing38:29: How important is it to measure and reflect when trying to improve?Resources:Barry O'ReillySingularity UniversityStrategic Coach"Lean Enterprise""Unlearn"Connect with Ross:WebsiteLinkedInMoonshot Innovation
Episode 5 - Learn to Unlearn, The Key to the New Normal, with Barry O'Reilly
Conversations with Thought Leaders
This episode of 'Conversations with Thought Leaders' is with best selling author, keynote speaker, and entrepreneur, Barry O'Reilly. In this conversation Barry and David discuss how the Unlearn approach can help organisations and individuals to navigate and thrive in these uncertain times. INSIGHT 1 Organisations need to look at the pandemic different, not a disruption, but as an accelerant of change and business improvement. This is something that digitally enabled companies are best equipped to exploit and can now been seen to be responding to the new challenges and opportunities that the pandemic presents far more rapidly than their digitally inept competitors. INSIGHT 2 The Unlearn process is the conscious approach of letting go of outdated information, and digesting new information to better inform decision making moving forward. It is predicated on a think big, start small, and learn fast mantra. INSIGHT 3 In the face of uncertainty, the natural reaction is to freeze and stop, to assess the situation. This will only result in falling behind. The way to navigate uncertainty is to learn your way through it, taking small steps, accepting that there will be small failures and successes, and using these constructively as a means to learn, and continually adjust the course. This interview was part of an online forum that took place on Wednesday 10th June 2020, with more than 90 attendees signed in and posing questions from all around the world.
Master Communicator Podcast Episode # 80 with Barry O'Reilly. Barry is a business advisor and entrepreneur. He also wrote 2 books about sales called Unlearn and Lean Enterprise. Unlearn talks about how to innovate in new ways to find new success. Lean Enterprise talks about how companies are able to innovate at scale to maximize success. In this interview Barry talks about the good leadership skills he's had to develop and how communication is vital for any company to run effectively, You can learn more about Barry on Linkedin @ https://www.linkedin.com/in/barryoreilly/
Ronan talks to Professor Barry O’ Reilly of Assert & UCC who was involved with the development of the COVID-19 Remote Early Warning System also known as CREW. Professor O’Reilly talks about how the idea of CREW came about, how it works and what you need to use it. Professor O’Reilly also talks about how easy it is to implement and if they are thinking about selling it in other countries.
In our very first episode, we’re taking this opportunity to interview Barry O’Reilly about his book Unlearn. I’ll be talking to Barry about how Unlearn aims to get us to change the behaviours and mindsets that prevent you and your businesses from moving forward. To then relearn new skills, strategies and innovations that can help you break old habits and encourage new ways of thinking by opening up to new ideas and perspectives to achieve extraordinary results. Show links:Book: UnlearnExec CampFollow us on Instagram @breaking_backs Email me here: email@example.com
Unlearn: THINK BIG. start small. Learn Fast with Barry O'Reilly
A significant inhibitor for leadership teams is their ability to unlearn, particularly when their past behaviour has led to success. The same thinking that goes into product innovation applies for behaviour - we need to continually innovate to stay ahead of the game. Peter Nankervis talks to global thought leader and Author of Unlearn - Barry O'Reilly.