A new research paper from Richard M. Burton and Børge Obel with title 'The science of organizational design: fit between structure and coordination' can be found here.
An article with the title 'Editorial Vol. 7' in now available on the JOD website.
Authors: Børge Obel, Charles Snow, John Joseph and Metin Sengul
The article discusses post-merger integration (PMI) and the trade-off between the economic benefits and costs that arise when organizations merge under a new organizational structure and reconfigure their businesses and resources.
Find it here.
By: Julia Bodner and Laurence Capron
JOD has had a very successful year so far in 2017. The journal is publishing at a rate of at least one article per month, a requirement for obtaining an impact factor in the future. The Organization Zoo series is attracting attention, and several recent articles have received a large number of hits shortly after publication. Springer’s efforts to market JOD are paying off. Further, the number of citations is growing including many Web-of Science citations. JOD is doing particular well for a new Opens Access Journal. We encourage you to read JOD, and if you write a design-related paper, please consider submitting it to JOD.
In line with the 2017 ODC Annual conference, this JOD Thematic Series explores the role and form of hierarchy in organizations, especially in novel modes of organizing such as collaborative communities, commons-based peer production, temporary innovation networks, and boss-less organizations.
The deadline for the submission of papers is January 15, 2018.
Both conceptual and empirical papers are welcome, and papers may address any aspect of hierarchical and non-hierarchical organizations. Topics can include, but are not limited to, the following:
The Guest Editors for this Thematic Series are Stephan Billinger (University of Southern Denmark), Maciej Workiewicz (ESSEC Business School), Børge Obel (Aarhus University), and Charles Snow (The Pennsylvania State University).
Click here to read more on the Journal of Organization Design website!
A new initiative has been presented by the ODC-member Ana Aleksic Miric to grow the ODC website as a knowledge base: Given the mission and the authority in the scientific community and practice, ODC has placed as one of its goals to help organization design science to establish and further develop the organizational design knowledge base. For this reason, a new service will soon be added to the existing ODC website by publishing information of the type listed below for the community to utilize:
This endeavour will be led by Ana as the Head of ODC Knowledge Resources. Ana is an Associate Professor of Organization and Management at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade.
Please contact Ana if you have information on resources that you find relevant to share with the members of the Organizational Design Community: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to this initiative being fully implemented on the ODC website.
Members of ODC are always welcome to contact the ODC administration office with ideas for projects to evolve and benefit the Organizational Design Community.
Organisations need to increase revenues, lower costs, and continuously delight customers if they want to do sustainable business. Doing so requires reinventing operating models. Join the EODF Annual Conference for practical examples and case studies highlighting how organisations and governments are modernizing their operating models to cope.
#EODF17: Next Generation Organization Designs. Practical Operating Models Enabling Digitalisation, Customer Centricity & Agility.
European Organisation Design Forum invites you to their annual conference: Come explore #EODF17, our friendly host DASA Dortmund and experience our unique conference design. Feel free to co-create this conference in Open Space sessions sandwiched between innovative keynote speakers, interactive sessions and a lot of networking. Preceding the conference 2 days of Pre-Conference Masterclasses will offer you an opportunity of exploring in depth topics on organisation design. Choose the best masterclass for you!
The Pre-Conference Masterclasses have been launched here!
As partners of the EODF, we are pleased to offer ODC members tickets at member prices, please buy “Early Bird Special.”
Book your place for the conference here!
Join the adventure by connecting with the discussion group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8540707
We are pleased to announce that the organization design course provided by Solutions Consulting has been granted the Organizational Design Community accreditation.
The comprehensive organization design course: Designing for Agility: A Seven Step ProcessTM has successfully been evaluated by the ODC Review Board and granted certification by the ODC Board of Directors. We are excited to see the Accreditation Program expanding and providing value to more organizations and course participants.
The ODC Accreditation Program adds value to both course participants and providers by:
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed between Organizational Design Community and Organization Design Forum in the pursuit of mutual interests in the field of organization design. The ODC Board of Directors are pleased with this development and look forward to take the next step in fulfilling the agreement.
The parties agree to cooperate in the following areas:
You can learn more about Organization Design Forum here: http://organizationdesignforum.org/
ODC look forward to collaboration with both ODF and EODF with whom ODC now has signed a memorandum of understanding.
Visit the JOD website to read the most recent article exploring the topics of double-bind organizations, toxic communication and employee burnout:
“How to avoid destroying your employees and organisations due to burnouts, braindrain and fading performance? Stop double bind-communication in your organisation!” - Such is the title of the point of view article authored by Angelika Kutz, published in May this year.
The article by Kutz describes a presumed connection between the double bind-communication pattern in organizations and its detrimental consequences for both the employees of a double bind-organization and such double bind-organizations themselves.
Click here to visit the Journal of Organization Design website and read the full article.
We encourage members to submit articles to JOD: Get high visibility, speed of publication, flexibility and promotion.
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