PRICING OVERVIEW FOR CONFERENCE & MASTERCLASSES
All prices are in Euro (€) incl. taxes.
This year we will once again offer Masterclasses as a pre-conference opportunity. The conference on Oct 20th and 21st offers you the opportunity to have breadth in topics through our keynotes, interactive sessions and the open space forum; the Masterclasses offer you an opportunity to explore one topic in depth, with a leader in the field of Organisation Design. We have brought together 4 compelling topics we hope you will find difficult to choose between.
Your choices for Wednesday, 18th October are:
Option 1A – “Putting the Customer at the Center of a Business” offered by Mark LaScola and Peter Turgoose, EODF Board members.
Option 1B – “Making Design Real” delivered by Paul Tolchinsky and Stuart Wigham. This workshop covers practical organisation design soup-to-nuts – from design principles to governance and control mechanisms to HR systems.
Your choices for Thursday, 19th October are:
Option 2A – “Organisation Design’s Role in Business Agility” delivered by Saket Bivalkar, EODF Board member.
Option 2B – Adaptive Organisation Design and LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® workshop offered by Stelio Verzera.
Each masterclass will be held from 9:00 to 17:30.
You have four great choices to set the stage for a great conference!
Putting the customer at the center of a business cannot be successful by re-structuring, injecting a technology solution and/or making functional changes. To do so requires a different operating model that embraces the customer along their lifecycle regardless of touch points or channels. For delegates, this one-day, hands-on workshop will practically illustrate what it means to be customer-centric in terms of design features, review and critique various operating models embracing customer-centricity, and co-develop real-world operating model solutions. The masterclass will utilize real designs from industries including energy, retail, FMCG, high technology as well as product and service businesses. Delegates will have an opportunity to create action plans associated with their own projects.
Mark LaScola, board member of EODF. Mark is the founder and managing principal of ON THE MARK (OTM). Now in its 26th year, with offices located on both sides of the Atlantic, OTM is recognized by many as a preferred vendor in providing substantive yet practical organisation design, business transformation and lasting change. With more than 300 redesigns and 600 engagements, LaScola has trained and developed approximately 5,000 executives, managers, and internal change agents in OTM’s comprehensive solutions across diverse industries on six continents.
In this masterclass we will focus on doing the actual design work. Experienced faculty will guide you through an approach that covers everything from design criteria and concept design to designing the coordination and control mechanisms. Based on a real-life case study, you will work in small groups to go through all the steps needed to produce an organisation design.
• Understand and apply the steps of an organisation design approach
• Learn the principles of bundling and organising work
• Learn how to create meaningful roles and jobs
• Identify critical interdependencies and learn how to design the necessary integration and coordination mechanisms
Stuart Wigham, board member of EODF. Stuart is the Director at Wigham Consultancy Services. Prior to starting his own consultancy service he worked as a Senior HR Manager specialising in Organisation Design with Europe’s largest local authority Birmingham City Council. In addition he is currently finishing his PhD research at Aston Business School. With expertise in the Whole System school of thought, he has a particular interest in engagement principles and practice and applying strategy, reward and equality principles.
Paul Tolchinsky, PhD, is one of the EODF founders and the Managing Partner of Performance Development Associates, a small boutique international consulting firm with offices in Scottsdale Arizona. Paul has over 35 years expertise in the design of organisations, applying socio-technical and Whole-Scale™ Change principles to organizations. Paul, and PDA, have facilitated hundreds of design projects around the world. He is an internationally known author (2 books and over 50 articles) and pioneer in the development of Whole-Scale (Whole System) Approaches to change.
In a slow world, a successful organization starts growing and starts adding hierarchy and jobs and processes. But when the world starts to speed up, organizations add strategic committees, consultants, PMOs, etc to respond to that change. If it’s done well, it works well, up to a point.
But as world has sped up more, they keep adding more communities and that begins to slow down the system. In this superfast world with various threats coming to you and windows of opportunities closing quickly.
What seems to work is:
• How orgs naturally work, like a dynamic solar system, or a molecule to be able to be agile and quick. Tasks become fluid, with a network interconnected structure.
• It also brings more wealth, better products/ services and makes it an awesome place to work.
• So, the logical question is can you create that dynamic, flexible, at the same time adaptive organization from a hierarchical, traditional organization? How do you make that work and get those results?
Join us to learn how to spark the network organization from the traditional organization and how to keep everyone connected in a solid way, to have a reliable, fast and adaptive organization using business agility and organizational design principals and methods.
Saket Bivalkar is a Business and Organisational Coach, helping organisations to grow in a sustainable manner, while making a point that people in the organization grow as well. He is based in Barcelona, Spain, while still working with organisations across globe. His work is based on a vast array of tools, such as Agile, Lean, Solution-focused coaching, NLP and Systemic coaching. Saket is a passionate serial entrepreneur, have exited from a few ventures. His principal focus is on leadership and that has led him to develop “Versatile Leadership” which is a framework for leadership development and Leadership Pipeline development. He coaches various executives in leadership and management. Learn more about Saket Bivalkar.
LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® is built upon a process which stems from the heart of LEGO bricks and the LEGO system. Looking for a tool to unlock innovation within the company, the LEGO Group realized that a solution might be found in the LEGO System itself: just as the LEGO Group had been telling children to ‘build their dreams’ for decades, so perhaps adults could be asked to build their visions for future strategy. Building upon the inclusive and participatory nature of the LEGO System, LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® rejects the idea that external ‘experts’ must be brought in to identify problems, and to propose solutions; on the contrary, LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® begins with the assumption that the answers are ‘already in the room’, and invites participants to ‘think with their hands’ to build their understandings. Every member of the team participates, and everyone has a voice. LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® went through a number of iterations from 1998 to 2010, and has been successfully used by businesses around the world. Furthermore, the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® concept has been developed to meet the needs of teachers and educators, and specially designed ‘LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® for Education’ products and training are available for this target group (see http://educatorsweb.lego.com).
Stelio Verzera, is passionately curious, fond of value creation, lean thinking and the ocean, He is an entrepreneur, coach, consultant and advisor in different scopes of Innovation. Since 1995 he’s been supporting organisations in their understanding and navigation of key evolutionary phases.
He’s been working side-by-side with a wide variety of entrepreneurs, managers and professionals, in private and institutional organisations. His agile approach of continuous improvement has led him to learn and apply some of the most effective practices for surfing complexity, both on the strategic and on the operational levels.
In 2011 he co-founded Cocoon Projects and designed its governance model, today known as LiquidO (www.liquidorganisation.info), in fact launching the first all-in, completely emergent, adaptive organisational framework in Europe.
All prices are in Euro (€) incl. taxes.
|Conference Oct. 20/21||ALREADY BOOKED YOUR CONFERENCE TICKET? NOW BOOK YOUR MASTERCLASSES!||Pre Conf Masterclass 1 Day||Pre Conf Masterclasses 2 Days||One Day Pre Conf Masterclass + Conference||Two Days Pre Conf Masterclasses + Conference|
|+One Day Masterclass||+Two Days Masterclasses||for those who don’t attend the conference|
|non-member||450,00 #01||250,00 #06||400,00 #08||410,00 #10||660,00 #12||700,00 #14||850,00 #18|
|EODF member||350,00 #02||200,00 #07||350,00 #09||350,00 #11||600,00 #13||550,00 #15||700,00 #19|
|EODF board member/country lead||225,00 #03||425,00 #16||575,00 #20|
|Sponsor/Curatorial Board Member/Keynote Speaker||free, but need to register #04||200,00 #17||350,00 #21||please choose member or non-member tickets||200,00 #17||350,00 #21|
|Students||225,00 #05||please choose member or non-member tickets|
Please choose your ticket, and you will find a number beneath the price that helps you with the registration form below: Just scroll down to the register button, and after typing in your email address you’re able to choose your ticket: just remember the number you found in the pricing table.
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