Pop-Up Conversation: Future of Organizational Systems and Design (continued)
May 21, 2020
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
There is so much to explore with your fellow community members,
it was asked that we make “space” available to continue the conversation
May 21st @ Noon (ET)
The overarching question we’ll focus on will be:
Of all the adaptations and responses we are seeing relative to COVID-19 and to how work is getting done,
which are likely to have lasting implications and impact on organizations and how they are designed? Why?
COVID-19 has had profound and far reaching effects on how work gets done. Below are just a few examples:
- The sudden shift to masses working from home, using technology to stay connected and collaborate.
- With supply chains being disrupted, groups and divisions that had never before needed to collaborate find themselves thrown together to solve previously unheard of problems.
- Organizational boundaries we took for granted no longer seem to matter.
- The design of brick-and-mortar office locations, even their role and importance, is being seriously questioned.
You have to wonder what developments like these might mean to the future of organizational systems and design?
**Unlike our other virtual connections, our Pop-Up Conversations are an experiment we are running – an effort to build community by sharing ideas in a casual group conversation, with a little structure and gently facilitated to encourage contributions by all participants.**