If you are into organization design, then this is thé event in 2019 you do not want to miss. Connect & Transform and Quarturn have the honor to invite you to meet Otto Laske, the great mind behind “The Hidden Dimensions of Human Systems”. He is the hidden gem of the theory of dialectic thinking and adult development. He is the creator of the constructive developmental framework, which is the basic concept that make self-steering and organization 4.0 work.
Any consultant, advisor, coach who wants to be taken serious should be able to tell: “I met Otto Laske”. So do not miss this opportunity.
Limited to 25 participants only.
08:45 Registration & morning coffee.
09:00 Meeting of Minds opening: The Future of Work Promise. by Jan Beyen, Quarturn.
09:15 The Future of Work: Uncover ‘Collaborative Intelligence’ and Create The Way for Requisite Agile Practices, by Jan De Visch, Managing Director Connect & Transform and Exec. Prof. Flanders Business School (by KU Leuven).
From 9:30 Building collaborative intelligence: Meeting of Minds dialogue rounds accompanied & facilitated by Otto Laske.
09:30 First dialogue round: The ability to successfully adapt, cope or exploit situations: constraints and potential.
10:30 Coffee Break
10:50 Second dialogue round: Design principles, Patterns and Practices That Enable The Organization to Effectively Adapt, Responsively or Preemptively, To Changes in its Environment.
13:45 Third dialogue round: Developmental Diversity in Teams. Practices to Create Upward Dynamics in Self-organizing teams.
15:15 Coffee Break
15:35 Fourth dialogue round: Creating a Paradigm Shift in Human Capital Approaches: from a focus on competencies to weaving maturity and deep thinking in developing structure, culture and individual practice.
16:30 Summary of thoughts and way forward.
- When: 18 January 2019
- Where: Elewijt Center, Tervuursesteenweg 564, BE-1982 Elewijt (15 min drive from Brussels-Zaventem Airport)
- Ticket Price: 580 Euro (incl. VAT)
- Register by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org