recognize the Organisation Design practitioner who has gone above and beyond to freely share their knowledge, expertise, and methods with others.
Last year, the Paul-Tolchinsky – Award went to Naomi Stanford.
• Invites less seasoned professionals to actively partner in “stretch” projects, work assignments and internships
• Contributes time and energy to make expertise more widely available
• Supports others’ ability to share their experience and knowledge with wider audiences
• Creates and makes accessible resources for those wanting to learn and explore
• Passionately demonstrates the belief that everyone in the community can make a significant contribution; has worked to ensure all voices are valued and heard.
recognize the individual or individuals (based in Europe) who have made an outstanding written contribution to the organisation design field of knowledge over the past year.
At last year’s conference, we handed out the first Best Written Contribution Award. The nominees were selected by our Curatorial Board and the winner was voted by the community. All three nominees were invited to our annual conference in Budapest to give a brief recap of their article.
The nominations were:
1. Winner: Fabrice Roghé, Stefan Scholz & Andrew Toma: Boosting Performance Through Organization Design
2. Karin Ahlbäck, Clemens Fahrbach & Olli Salo: How to create an agile organization
3. Lisa Gill: 10 components that successfully abolished hierarchy (in 70+ companies)