As you know, last week we met at Rutgers University in NJ during 4 days to learn and deliberate about “Designing Collaborative Ecosystems”. We had more than 40 participants from different countries and we enjoyed every minute of the conversation.
We’re putting together people’s reflections while ideas are still fresh. Please, write about what you learned, heard, new ideas or anything that you would like to share with the rest of the community and send it to us.
There are also new presentation files. If you haven’t shared your presentation yet, please also send it to us.
Don’t miss the celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Tavistock Institute!
TIHR 70 Festival programme – live
We are delighted to launch the website for ‘Reimagining Human Relations in Our Time’, a festival celebrating 70 years of the Tavistock Institute.
At the heart of the festival is the Institute’s archive which over the last two years has been intricately and delicately catalogued at
Wellcome Library. These two things coinciding – our anniversary and the launch of the archive – are a great cause for celebration because the insights of our forebears as they tackled past societal challenges are now available to you. How might we take inspiration from their learning as we grapple with today’s major concerns, such as an environment at tipping point, ageing and social care, displaced people and populations, crises in faith, identity and leadership, and our wellbeing at work?
The festival website is the starting place for you to join us in these questions with access to a rich programme offering opportunities to take part, reflect, dream, debate, consider, listen and observe, and perform.
With its online booking system and easy to view programme you will be able to curate your own festival experience, keep in touch with festival news, and access recordings, reflections, and photographs posted following each event via the festival’s ‘ArchLive’.
We look forward to seeing you in October.
Juliet Scott, Festival Director
Eliat Aram, CEO TIHR
Join Don de Guerre and Peter Aughton in this webinar that will help you better understand the ecosystem model and how to redesign your organization.
This seminar will discuss the design of business ecosystems using OST and its methods. To begin the conversation, Peter Aughton will present his recent work with Merrelyn Emery, and the rationale and process of setting up a healthcare ecosystem.
Join the Socio Technical Systems community and learn more about Designing Adaptive Ecosystems.
How to help trade union organizations evolve in their own eco-systems and seek out new forms of alliances and the required changes to their own organization design?
What can we learn about this from Socio Technical Systems theory and practices, from recent initiatives such as the Equitable Food Initiative (EFI)?
What are the useful learnings (principles, tools and methods)?
Join us this January 18th, 12.00 pm EST, to discuss with Kevin Boyle and Ike Overdiep
“Employees voice in the design of innovative and humane organizations: tools, good practices and necessary skills”
where we will explore ways of engaging employees and their representative organizations (trade unions, works councils) in the design of their workplace.
To find more information about the webinar, and to sign-up, please, click here. This webinar is free for active members of the Global STS -D Network.