- Organizational Design Challenge
May 9, 2019
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Organizational Design Challenge: A Gamified Experience
A Special Event with Two of Our Sponsors
Engage your playful side and use your organizational design skills in this interactive game experience. Palmer OSG and Human Synergistics invite you to play a game of design to experience the process of going through an organizational re-design. Using an in-depth case study and game board, you’ll work in teams to learn different ways of addressing real-life design challenges. A great opportunity for all levels of organizational designers!
Presenters (ODN/C Sponsors)
Alysun Johns, Director of Culture & Leadership, Human Synergistics
Favorite Game? Yahtzee!
Alysun supports the development of integrated solutions for clients and consulting partners and leads consulting and coaching services for individuals and organizations. Her focus and experience over the years has centered on organizing, planning, developing, and facilitating client projects and workshops throughout the US and globally.
Roxanne Ray, Director of Professional Services, Human Synergistics
Favorite Game? Sequence!
Roxanne has recognized expertise in strategic program development and implementation, leadership development, and organizational/culture change, including a proven ability to work with cross-functional teams to build relationships and credibility across all levels of the organization.
Kiersten Rippeteau, CODP, OD Business Consultant, Palmer OSG
Favorite Game? Ticket to Ride!
Kiersten helps shape organizations into environments where individuals, teams, processes, and goals are all aligned to make great things happen. Her diverse experience allows her to take a holistic approach to organizational challenges, allowing leaders and teams identify root causes and get to opportunities and solutions sooner. Kiersten is a Certified Organization Design Practitioner (CODP) and currently serves on the Organization Design Forum’s board of directors.
NOTE: This is a special, half-day workshop. It will include a light breakfast at 8:15 am and lunch at noon. The program will begin promptly at 9 am and end just before lunch. For more information about logistics, contact Maggie Shreve, ODN/C Administrator, at 312.730.0041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Venue: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology - 4th Floor