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.
How do I start connecting with people on Social Media?
What is the best Social Media channel for me?
How many times should I tweet per day?
Why do I need a YouTube channel?
How do I connect with my audience?
Get some answers in our next Webinar
on July 26th, 12.00 to 1.30 EDT!
Join the Socio-technical systems community and explore how Social Media can help you!
Do you have a Social Media strategy? Would you like to connect better with your clients and potential clients? Or would you like to create a community that connects with people locally and globally?
Social Media will allow you to connect with millions of users, keeps growing constantly and allows you to support different areas of the organization: from customer service to brand awareness, Social Media can help you position yourself as an industry expert and expand your professional network.
Join me on July 26th for our next webinar and discover How can Social Media help you & us?
Together, we will explore what Social Media can do for you and organization, as well as how can it work for the STS Roundtable in this interconnected world.
We have just posted our last webinar, Collaboration Theory meets STS Design, with Charles Heckscher.
If you missed it (or any other) please visit this page. This page is for members only, so if you don’t have your membership fees up to date, please visit the Membership page first.
This webinar serves as a preparation for our next Annual Meeting in September, so if you haven’t signed up for it, take advantage of the Early Registration fee, that will end this month. This Annual Meeting is going to be awesome!
Mark it on your calendar: June 14th at 12.00 EDT
Collaboration Theory Meets STS Design
Join Charles Heckscher and the STS Community and discuss this interesting topic. Find all the details and how to register here. If you’re a member with your fees up to date, just send us an email.
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.
This week I had the opportunity to participate in a “preview” of the webinar Applying Social-Political-Technical Design to any Purpose no Matter How Complex with Bill Smith, and I can say, I’m truly excited about it!
Bill’s ideas are really innovative, and I’m really looking forward to hear more about how every system can be understood in terms of purpose and power, and how we can design more effective interventions. Join the Socio Technical Systems community on March 22nd at noon EST!
Join our colleagues Don de Guerre and Bernard Mohr in this free webinar/dialogue for Plexus Institute, tomorrow Friday Jan 13 at 1 pm EST.
“Design and the Expression of Human Aspirations”
When people who work in organizations help create the design and structures that align with organizational purpose and values, the result can be centers of creative energy that are also productive and enjoyable places to work.
Bernard Mohr, who notes design is a verb and a noun, is co-author of a new book, Co-Creating Humane and Innovative Organizations. His colleague Donald de Guerre, who believes workplace environments impact society at large, wrote the book’s chapter “Open System Theory and the Two-Stage Model of Adaptive Action.” De Guerre writs that treating workers as cogs in a big impersonal machine begins a process that “over time creates a dissociated superficial society in which fewer and fewer people vote and we are vulnerable to a new kind of feudalism.”
Join this provocative conversation!
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.