If you are not moving at the speed of the marketplace you’re already dead – you just haven’t stopped breathing yet. – Jack Welch
The organizational structure in which most of us operate today can be quite an obstacle to respond adequately to a fast-changing business environment. In fact, traditional organizational structures are not designed to deal with a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) world. This leads to employees feeling disengaged from their companies, and to companies being outmanoeuvred by their competition.
Consequently, organizations need to redesign their structures to cope with this phenomenon and increase their capability to move faster than competition, incorporate new technology, learn new skills…
Today there are several systems, models, patterns and frameworks available that could help organizations grow their capabilities to change while keeping employees engaged. One of those, probably the most well-known, is by Frederic Laloux: “Reinventing Organizations”
But there are many more as Harvard Business Review also stated in their September edition.
Enough inspiration for us to organize a Webinar exposing 3 different models to help organizations grow towards their full potential.
- Sociocracy 3.0 by James Priest
- Scrum Studio / Reversify by Gunther Verheyen
- LeSS or Large-Scale Scrum by Jurgen De Smet
These experts provided insights on how their models could help you re-think your organization by giving a 15-minute pitch. Our experts were challenged to put things in different perspectives by our Webinar attendees which resulted in a nice 2h session full of interaction, controverse and inspiring thoughts.
Are you curious?
Do you want to know what the models are about?
Do you simply want to test your assumptions on re-thinking your organization?
Here you have the full featured recording of the webinar, including special effects by our MC – Alexander Helleboogh and wingman Jeremy Naus.
Or… you can join a more elaborated course on the subject, check our events for more details.
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