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    • 26 Feb 2020
    • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
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    • The Organizational Design Community in" Organizational Design and Development in the Age of Algorithms" 

      Wednesday, Feburary 26, 2020 at 5 pm SGT

      Topic: Organizational Design and Development in the Age of Algorithm

      Description: In this session, we will bring you to the cutting edge of how organizations are being (re)-designed today in the age of algorithmic intelligence. We begin by identifying the limits of traditional top down, “box- and-arrows” approaches to design and show how we can do better by approaching design problems from a “bottom-up” perspective. The new approaches exploit the vast computational power and data resources made possible by digitalization, as well as recent theoretical breakthroughs in conceptualizing the problems of organization design. 

      Highlights for this session are: 

    • Identifying the limitation of current approaches to organization design
    • The use of data to answer the fundamental “people” questions in organizations: who to hire, develop and retain? How to understand the culture of an organization?
    • The “digital twin” approach to learning the most from your data
    • Using graph (network) theory to diagnose structural weaknesses in organizations
    •  Prototyping design changes: in the computer (using simulations), in workshops (through gamification) or in the actual organizational context (through A/B tests).  
    Pre-readings: Please look over this blogpost and video in advance

    https://knowledge.insead.edu/leadership-organisations/re-designing-organisations-in-the-age-of-algorithms-10426

    About the speaker: 

    Phanish Puranam is Roland Berger Chair Professor of Strategy & Organization Design at INSEAD. 

    Phanish’s research in organizational science focuses on how organizations work, and how we can make them work better. His current research focuses on how algorithms are shaping organization designs.   

    Phanish has published his research extensively in internationally reputed academic journals, and has served in senior editorial roles in such journals. His research has won international awards and competitive grants awarded across the social and natural sciences. He has also served in advisory/training roles with several global corporations as well as public sector agencies.

    His book “The Microstructure of Organizations” (Oxford University Press, 2018) offers researchers a new perspective on organization design. Phanish’s books for practitioners include "Corporate Strategy: Tools for analysis and decisions" (co-authored with Bart Vanneste, Cambridge University Press, 2016) and “India Inside” (co-authored with Nirmalya Kumar, Harvard Business Review Press, 2012), which won critical acclaim for its balanced look at the prospect of India emerging as a global hub for innovation. 

    Webinar is only for ODC, EODF and ODF members only.

    Registration closes 25th Feburary 5 pm (SGT),  2020.

    Hope you will be able to join us!

    • 09 Aug 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (PDT)
    • SFU’s Wosk Conference Centre 580 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC
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    Organization Design Community Annual General Meeting for Members 2020


    SFU’s Wosk Conference Centre

    580 W. Hastings Street,

    Vancouver, BC


    Members only meeting

    Registration opens - 7:45am

    Light breakfast served


    Please note: You must register to attend the general meeting

    The annual general meeting shall be called with no less than fourteen (14) days notice. The agenda for the annual meeting shall be sent out to the members no later than eight (8) days before the meeting.

    Members shall submit items for the agenda to the Association office no later than ten (10) days before the annual general meeting.

    At the annual general meeting, decisions can only be made on agenda items.

    Tentative agenda as of 21.1.2020:

    1. Election of meeting chairperson
    2. Annual report from the Board of Directors
    3. Annual financial report
    4. Election of members of the Board of Directors
    5. Election of auditor
    6. Election of chief editors, journal
    7. Motions received from members of the Board of Directors or Association members
    8. Any other business for discussion only

    Please don't forget to register for the Annual Conference as well. 

    Click here for information on the Organization Design Community Annual Conference.
    • 09 Aug 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM (PDT)
    • SFU’s Wosk Conference Centre 580 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC
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    Organization Design Community

    Annual Conference 2020

    August 9th 2020



    SFU's Wosk Conference Center

    580 W. Hasting Street,

    Vancover, BC


    9:00 am to 5:30 pm



    Theme: Teams and Organization Design


    Teams and Organization Design: Tentative Schedule as of 12.17.19

    9:00 - 9:15 am

    Welcome by Phanish Puranam and Henrik Bresman (INSEAD) 


    Session 1: Teams: Building blocks for organization design (9:15 am - 10:15 am)

    Linda Argote, CMU

    Hart Posen, Wisconsin

    Deborah Ancona, MIT

    10:15 - 10:30 qm Coffee Break

    Session 2: Research on teams and organization design: points of departure (10:30 - 11:30 am)

    Stuart Bunderson, UWashington

    Corinne Bendersky, UCLA – status conflict/conflict management in teams

    Melissa Valentine, Stanford – technology and team design

    11:30 - 11:45 pm Coffee Break

    Session 3: Experimenting with teams (11.45-12.30 pm)

    Linus Dahlander, ESMT

    Practice speaker

    12:30- 1:30 pm Lunch

    Session 4: Research frontiers of teams and organization design (1.30 pm- 2.30 pm)

    Lindy Greer, Michigan – hierarchical flexing in teams

    Julien Clement, Stanford

    Matt Cronin, GMU – alleviating psychological pain through org design

    2.30 pm -245 pm Coffee break

    Session 5: Research frontiers of teams and organization design (2.45- 3.45 pm )

    Laurie Weingart,CMU

    Natalia Levina, NYU – lessons from governance of online communities

    Andrew von Nordenflycht, SFU

    3.45-4.00 pm Coffee break

    Practice session+ group work (4.00- 5.00 pm) 

    Concluding reflections (5.00- 5.30 pm) 

    Teams and organization design: implications and next steps

    Moderator: Henrik Bresman, INSEAD


    For more information on the Organization Design Community

    Annual General Meeting for Members 2020 - Click here

     


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