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Systemics: Let the Context Speak for Itself
Organizations struggle with culture changes, new ways of working or innovations.
Visions are formed, people adopt new practices or form cross-functional teams, often with little effect.
Emphasize contexts to set the organizing topics that move the organizations in the desired direction.
The talk explores the nature of organizations as hybrid systems and introduces the audience to practical principles and means that enable efficient organizational interventions such as innovations or re-orgs.
Throughout the talk, the audience will explore the basic of system thinking, the concepts of membership and organizing topics and learn to utilize contexts as powerful tools that can be harnessed to deliver the desired value.
Systems thinking is a profound enabler intended to ground the mind in a web of contextuality. In change process, local optimizations fall short. Instead, reach for holistic accomplishments intended to unify all related aspects which affect that individual dysfunctional piece.
Join me in my introduction to Systemics: the art of finding connections.
For last 7 years, Jan’s focus lies in Agile – he served as SM, AC and Head of Agile. He is focusing on structural interventions and intelligent organizational design, while retaining both team and individual coaching activities across the organizational structure.
Designing new structures for organizations and guiding the company through successful adoption, Jan firmly believes that frameworks and methods must adapt to the reality of an organization, not vice versa.