NAVIGATING UNCERTAINTY: CREATING A SENSE-AND-RESPOND ORGANIZATION – by Jardena London

Fluid responsiveness and adaptiveness, and organizationl agility, are needed to pivot quickly in response to environmental conditions. The Sense-and-Respond model can support organizations in a VUCA World (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) and in this session we will cover ways to build this into organizations. We’ll take you through some examples of Sense-and-Respond in organizations, beyond the standard ‘product development’ responsiveness, and get into applications within management as well. We’ll explore building sensor and reading signals, responding to those signals, and cultural changes to support Sense-and-Respond. We will end with an exercise to build your own Sense-and-Respond canvas to map out ways to adapt your own organization or experiment with a fictional scenario.

Jardena London’s mission is to help organizations become healthy, productive and fun. She is out in the field consulting to the Fortune 50 on Enterprise Business Agility. Jardena’s diverse background, starting as a programmer, project manager and then launching multiple startups, has created a dynamic lens to view organizations.

Her most recent successes have been transforming a large legacy organization into a modern workplace with breakout results. Jardena served as co-founder and CEO of Rosetta Technology Group since 1997. Check out her blogtoon on workplaces that thrive at www.rosettatg.com/blogtoon.

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