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More and more large organisations are recognising the need for more agile processes, cross-functional collaboration and innovation, and sustainable ways of doing business.
In fact, what we're seeing is a move towards what Professor Gary Hamel calls Humanocracy. A humanocracy is everything a bureaucracy isn't. And in democratising leadership, a humanocracy promotes experimentation, openness and creativity.
But more than that, a humanocracy gives employees less management structure and more freedom. To take greater ownership of the challenges they solve every day in ways that give more meaning to their role within the organisation. And to fully unleash their own potential.
Before the pandemic challenged us all to work, collaborate and function remotely, the Danish infrastructure company Energinet began exploring ways to set their people free at work. At this event, they will share the thinking behind this decision, the mindset that made it possible and their experiences from the change journey, giving you principles and critical building blocks to bust your own bureaucratic structure.
What if COVID-19 is a window of opportunity? A window to change the way we work. Away from bureaucracy, towards humanocracy and more agile processes in organisations that are actually fit for human beings?
We see many organisations seeking to make the successes they've experienced this year permanent. In this session we will be looking at practical examples and how you can take advantage of the lessons learnt during the Corona crisis to set a new direction for leadership, culture and HR.
Join us on 22 September, and explore how your organisation can re-imagine work and change its management model trough innovation and ingenuity.
The event is hosted online.
A link will be sent before the webinar starts.
The event is free of charge.
Tuesday 8 September 2020, 11:00-12:00 (CEST)
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