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  • 08 Feb 2013 9:30 AM | Anonymous

    Academics and practitioners are invited to participate in the World Summit on Big Data and Organization Design, May 16-17, 2013, at the Université Panthéon-Sorbonne 1, Paris. Participation requires membership of the Organizational Design Community or special invitation. If you are interested in participating write the orgdesign@asb.dk for an invitation or membership.

    The conference is co-hosted by the Université Panthéon-Sorbonne 1, IBM, ICOA, Aarhus University, and the Organizational Design Community.

    This is an event for a carefully selected group of academics and business representatives to work together on the future challenges of big data and organization design. The number of participants is limited to 100 people.

    Process

    To extract your knowledge and views, we would like you to submit a position paper with your thoughts on:

    • The State of the Art on Big Data
    • Your current work on Big Data, in particular, on teaching, research, applications, and its expected outcomes
    • Your future work on Big Data
    • Your foreseen Challenges/Issues and Recommendations

    You can submit your paper at: http://icoa.au.dk/conferences-workshops/big-data-and-organization-design

    Please use the template found here: http://icoa.au.dk/conferences-workshops/big-data-and-organization-design/about-the-workshop/

    To ensure the maximum outcome, the workshop process requires a high level of pre-workshop interaction from all participants. You will be asked to contribute to the pre-workshop actions in one of five virtual groups, each developing a report on the most relevant perspectives of Big Data and Organizational Design, based on the submitted position papers. The five work groups are: 1) University/Business driven Applications, 2) University/Public driven Applications, 3) Data Challenges, 4) Organization Impacts, and 5) Partnership/Fellowship. A workgroup chair will drive this process, and all participants are expected to participate.

    Outcome

    The pre-workshop papers will be distributed to all participants prior to the conference. The papers will be discussed at the conference and will form the basis of a white paper on Big Data and Organizational Design to be submitted to leading decision makers, including the European Union and national governments.

    Following the summit, the Journal of Organization Design will run a special issue on organization design and big data, where you are invited to submit a paper.

    Costs

    The workshop sponsors have kindly agreed to cover all conference participation fees. However, you are responsible for your own costs of travel and accommodation.

    We hope that you will find this interesting and are looking forward to seeing you in Paris.

    Please let us know if you are interested in participating and will submit a position paper by replying to this email: orgdesign@asb.dk

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  • 14 Dec 2012 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    It is a great pleasure to announce that the Organizational Design Community (www.orgdesigncomm.com) has published issue number 3 of the Journal of Organization Design (www.jorgdesign.net). The publication of issue 3 concludes the journal's first full volume of 2012. We are very excited about this new publication and hope you find the content interesting. This issue contains three research articles, one translational article, and two points of view. Some of these articles are also accompanied by an introduction video by the author explaining why the article is important and why you should read it. Enjoy!

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  • 03 Aug 2012 4:30 PM | Anonymous

    It is a great pleasure to announce that the Organizational Design Community (www.orgdesigncomm.com) has published issue number 2 of the Journal of Organization Design (www.jorgdesign.net). The issue was launched on 3 August during the inaugural ODC conference in Boston hosted by Harvard Business School. We are very excited about this new publication and hope you find the content interesting. This is the first full issue containing research articles, a translational article, point of view, and urgent issue. Some of these articles are also accompanied by an introduction video by the author explaining why the article is important and why you should read it. Enjoy!

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • 31 May 2012 2:30 PM | Anonymous

    It is a great pleasure to inform you that the Organizational Design Community (www.orgdesigncomm.com) has published its first issue of the Journal of Organization Design (www.jorgdesign.net). We are very excited about the release and hope you find the content interesting. There is already a large handful of articles ready for issues 2 and 3, and we are very excited about these too and the work that is ahead of us to finish volume 1. We would also like to inform you that the journal is open for the ODC members to submit their papers.


    Celebrating the launch of the journal at ICOA.

    (Left to right: Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson, Marianne Sejthen, George P. Huber, Børge Obel, Morten Bygvraa Rasmussen, Anne Bøllingtoft)

    The seven articles in the first issue of JOD will be presented by the authors and discussed in a session at the inaugural ODC conference to be held at the Harvard Business School on Friday, August 3, 2012. There are still opportunities for you to attend the conference (at this point approximately 30 available seats). Please send an e-mail to orgdesign@asb.dk if you want to participate (participation requires membership in the ODC).

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