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Starting a New Chapter in Organisation Design

by Jeroen van Bree, EODF and ODI Chair Phanish Puranam (et al.) described organising as the process of solving “two fundamental and interlinked problems: the division of labor and the integration of effort”. This fits with the day-to-day challenges that are faced by organisation designers: those internal and external organisational agents attempting to fit the […]

  • On the Origins and Purpose of EODF MasterclassesBlog

    by Paul Tolchinsky Across Europe any number of people and communities are talking about how organisations are set up. From Teal, to Management 3.0, to Beta Codex, Sociocracy and Holocracy communities of people are talking about the design of current organizations. Few, however, are talking about HOW to design. What is the process; how do […]

  • So your thinking about becoming an organisation designer!Blog

    Some thoughts for you…… by Paul Tolchinsky     See and think systems….in organisation design all the pieces have to fit together and complement each other. Design is iterative and not always linear and is often “messy.” Have an opinion, but keep it to yourself.  As a designer you have judgments and biases….it is natural. […]

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