Organizing with Purpose Conference Session:

Navigate Organization Design Implementation and Change With Data & Analytics

Angie Keister and Neelima Paranjpey

Peer Workshop


Angie Keister, PhD (Left)

Angie Keister PhD, Founder and Team Insights Leader, Attune Collective, LLC – Angie is passionate about coaching leaders and guiding teams to thrive. Driven by curiosity rooted in human connection, Angie leads teams and executives to redefine opportunities that bring out the best in others and increase the organization system’s overall health and performance. As an organizational development consultant and executive coach, Angie draws on her deep expertise in navigating complex systems to identify useful behavior patterns, anticipate impact, and determine necessary changes to optimize the way the team operates. By recognizing sustainable and meaningful changes, Angie helps build healthy teams that move forward with an approach to support the strategy, align behavior, and generate cross-system collaboration.For the past 20 years, Angie has shared her organization and talent development expertise with various industry sectors nationally and globally, including healthcare, manufacturing, insurance/financial services, and pharmaceutical. She designed and led large-scale change with sales, quality, human resources, data science, and analytics divisions. Her approach leverages human-centered design methods and a deep understanding of system/group dynamics to heighten the awareness of individuals to their role as a leader, impact to the organization, and each other.

Neelima Paranjpey PhD (Right)

Neelima Paranjpey PhD, Strategic Advisor, Attune Collective, LLC – Neelima Paranjpey has more than twelve years of experience partnering with clients to create leadership development solutions. Her expertise is in leading and developing high-potential programs, assessing leaders in critical roles, and designing leadership competencies for a wide variety of industries. She is a Neuroleadership “Results Trained” coach. Her clients appreciate her strong partnership and ability to simplify development by providing them tangible ideas that they can implement right away. She has led people through role transitions and successfully helped them achieve higher roles and responsibilities. She has partnered with Takeda, AstraZeneca, Astellas, Dexcom, Gilead Sciences, Citigroup, Carlyle Group on various talent management and leadership development initiatives. Neelima leads a team of consultants to develop effective talent management programs for clients. Neelima has worked with the Chicago Transit Authority in a Human Resources function where she designed and implemented a research-based Appreciative Inquiry intervention to identify generative and innovative ways of engaging employees within the organization. Her work regarding generativity was published in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner and SAGE Research Methods Case Study.

She continues to pursue her academic interests, such as writing research papers, and is a reviewer for journals such as OD Journal and Frontiers. She serves as an advisor on the Organizational Leadership Committee of Lewis University. She has her Ph.D. in Organizational Development from Benedictine University and Masters in I/O Psychology from Illinois Institute of Technology. In her free time, Neelima enjoys traveling and exploring various cuisines and cultures with her son and husband.

Data and analytics is changing the way we do business. Are your Organization Design efforts leveraging this science? In this session we will introduce you to a method for using data & analytics to navigate the organization changes required to deliver the organization design and achieve business outcomes.


Data and analytics is changing the way we do business. Patient data is used to generate evidence in patient populations, traveler data is used to boost vacation rental revenue, and individual level employee data is used to provide statistical insights to make better talent management decisions. Are your Organization Design efforts leveraging this science?

In this session we will introduce you to a method to analyze the data you are collecting and generate behavioral insights to navigate the organization changes required to deliver the organization design and achieve business outcomes. You will learn how to clarify the change that the new organization design will generate, map the employees experience of the change, identify opportunities for data generation, and finally how analytics allows us to prototype and optimize approaches for positive impact.

Don’t throw away all of your capability assessment data just yet, we can help you turn that one dimensional data into a three dimensional view for understanding the impact of organization design changes.

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    This discounted early bird ticket includes full registration to the ODF 2022 Conference, Organizing with Purpose which will be held in Louisville, KY on 12-14 April 2022.
    The conference will be held at the Brown Hotel in downtown Louisville.
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