Workshop organisational design in Madrid

Workshop organisational design in Madrid

SenseTribe is organising a 2-day-course called ‘organisational design’ on 9-10 of May in Madrid. The course has been developed in collaboration with ThinkingWithYou and 9Brains. This experiential learning experience will offer insights and inspiration for organisational design.


What to expect:

Discover inspirational models, practices and approaches, including Zygmunt Bauman, Nassim Taleb, Edgar Schein, Bob Anderson, Integral Theory by Wilber & Beck, Schneider model, Cynefin etc.

Find out more about manifestos, see examples and implement one on your own.

Get to know new organisational paradigms, including Teal and practices like Sociocracy 3.0.

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General information:

Workshop date: 9 & 10 of May 2019

Schedule: Thursday & Friday, 9am-6pm

Workshop language: Spanish

Venue and facilities:

Sngular is an information technology company that covers the whole digital Success cycle, providing all the key competences involved.

Sngular Hub Madrid is a creative, tech-focussed environment where agile, lean and self-organisation, collaboration and team work are put into practice.

The perfect location for an inspiring, hands-on learning experience.

Sngular Hub Madrid can easily be reached by car or public transport and there are numerous parking options.

Address: C/Labastida 1, 28034 Madrid, España

For whom is this course?

This course has been developed especially for HR & innovation specialists, transformation managers, agile coaches, entrepreneurs & change managers

 

Workshop facilitators:

Miguel Ocaña (Twitter | LinkedIn), Anais Rubio-Galván (Twitter | LinkedIn), Eduardo Toledo (Twitter | LinkedIn), Israel Alcázar (Twitter | LinkedIn), Mira Bangel (Twitter | LinkedIn), Grafic facilitation: Marina Roa (LinkedIn)

Course investment & registrations:

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ESPON Participatory design-thinking lab

ESPON Participatory design-thinking lab

“We can’t solve problems by using the same way of thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein

Design Thinking is a human-centred, collaborative approach to problem solving. Experience it first hand during our participatory design-thinking lab on spatial planning in Western Europe.

Join policy makers and experts in a collaborative process to explore some of the core changes which are affecting spatial planning in Western Europe today. Our team will be there to facilitate the participatory process and to do the graphic facilitation. Register here before April 10th: https://www.espon.eu/netherlands

Sociocracy 3.0 community of practice

Sociocracy 3.0 community of practice

Sociocracia 3.0 offers a wide range of possibilities and can be adapted to the particular context of each organisation; it is based on practices from Sociocracy, non-violent communication, agile and lean.

Why a community of practice?

People are increasingly in need of tools and practices that enable effective collaboration and there is an increasing interest in Sociocracy 3.0, while there is limited experience. We need spaces where we can exchange experience and deepen our knowledge so we can contribute to the integrity of the practice and have access to a community of support when needed.

Where can I find Meetups?

SenseTribe organises monthly meet-ups in Portugal (Lisboa & Porto) and Spain (mainly Madrid). There is also a Meetup in Barcelona that we recommend.

How can I join?

If you want to explore the wisdom and benefits of Sociocracy 3.0 and see how it can work in practice, these meet-ups are for you.

  • How much does it cost? Meet-ups are free.
  • How can I sign up? Just confirm your attendance on our Meetup events
  • Is there any specific requirement for me to join? Your presence and the desire to learn something new.

See you in our next Meetup event 😉

Sociocracy 3.0 training Madrid, 22-24th Mar 2019

Sociocracy 3.0 training Madrid, 22-24th Mar 2019

About the course:

Organisations all over the world are trying new ways to increase effectiveness and organisational agility. Self-organisation, increased autonomy and effective collaborative work methods are only part of the emerging patterns.

Sociocracy 3.0 offers a rich menu of possibilities that can be adapted to each organisation’s unique context and that build on Sociocracy practices, non-violent communication and lean & agile methods.

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Sociocracy 3.0 training Lisbon, 20th-22nd Feb 2019

Sociocracy 3.0 training Lisbon, 20th-22nd Feb 2019

About the course:

    • How can you scale an agile organisation without loosing agility?
    • How can large organisations minimise management efforts and bureaucracy by reinforcing self-organisation beyond agile methods?
    • How to nurture a culture of innovation beyond an agile team, minimise hierarchies and create an attractive working environment for young talent?

Organisations all over the world are trying new ways to increase effectiveness and organisational agility. Self-organisation, increased autonomy and effective collaborative work methods are only part of the emerging patterns.

Sociocracy 3.0 offers a rich menu of possibilities that can be adapted to each organisation’s unique context and that build on Sociocracy practices, non-violent communication and lean & agile methods.

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What is Sociocracy 3.0?

What is Sociocracy 3.0?

Sociocracy 3.0 (S3) – brings you an extensive collection of patterns and practices that have proven helpful for organisations for improving performance, alignment, fulfilment and wellbeing. The modular approach makes S3 adaptable to any organisational size or structure, unlike similar approaches like classic Sociocracy and Holacracy.

The origin of Sociocracy 3.0

Classic Sociocracy dates back to 1851 and was first put into practice with the Quakers a few years later. In 2008 Brian Robertson released a branded version with the attempt to adapt traditional practices to the business world. This attempt was only partially successful since the complete model is only suitable for certain organizational environments.

Sociocracy 3.0 however integrates not only elements of both practices but also other patterns and practice from Non-Violent Communication, Lean, Agile etc. The modular approach makes it applicable to any organizational environment and 7 principles ensure that the organization integrates them in a horizontal manner.

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