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Thursday, August 29 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
New Ways of Working - enabling sustainable business

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“The tension between organizations optimized for predictability and the unpredictable world they inhabit has reached a breaking point.” responsive.org

We, therefore, need new ways of doing business if we want to create innovative and sustainable solutions for the 21st century. In this experience-based workshop, we are looking at the interplay of organizational structures, sustainability, mindset and change management. The focus is on how meaningful structures can be created so that both individual and collective potential can be unfolded to allow innovative solutions for sustainable development to emerge.

The participants learn how mindset, organizational structures, and purpose interrelate, what new understanding of collaboration is essential and how a transformation towards networked systems can be promoted. The key concepts we will be using are the following:
  • Theory U by Otto Scharmer
  • Teal Organizations by Frédéric Laloux
  • Radical Collaboration by Jim Tamm

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Severin von Hünerbein

Euphoric Business Enabler, euforia
euforia, an independent, youth-driven social innovation enterprise, where he co-designs, facilitates and implements corporate programmes and empowers euforia volunteers to start impactful projects. During his studies in International Affairs and Governance at the University of St... Read More →
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Jan Maisenbacher

Dadpreneur & Founder, wickedprojects
Currently I am working for öbu designing, financing and transformational project facilitating of the 30th Forum ö at Gottlieb Duttweiler Institut 31 October 2019 (https://www.oebu.ch/de/events/event-kalender/forum-oe-2019_0-4254.html) I am a playful project TRANSFORMATION specialist... Read More →

Thursday August 29, 2019 4:30pm - 6:00pm CEST
Room 01-103
  • min. attendees to hold session no specific limitations
  • slots needed 1 slot (90min)