About This Session
What is it that makes certain organizations more successful? Organization design and its management has long been the fixation of leaders and scholars alike. Cracking the code to the perfect organizational ecosystem appears to be the dividing line between great success and mediocrity. Now, more than ever, organizations are seeking the perfect balance as they enter a volatile, culturally diverse world unlike any we have previous known. This instability demands new approaches and methods for the delivery of products, services and ideas. Organizations no longer have the luxury to operate under 19th and 20th century ideals. Globalism, technology, and a diminishing workforce are key players in the emergence of a more agile competitive structure we call Open Organization.
The presentation will address the emerging causes of organizations seeking new structures and leaderships styles; kinds of open systems; the organizational ecosystem including structure, scalability, happiness, decision making, leadership, contingency theory and a short list of organizations known to be operating is some context of openness. The purpose of the presentation is to begin a discussion of the processes organizations must embrace to develop and operate a successful Open Organization.
What you’ll take away:
- Emerging Causes of Open Systems
- The Ecosystem of an Open Organization
- The Process of moving toward an Open Organization.