Complexity and Management Conference

Evron, L. (Deltager)

    Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangement af en begivenhed - typerKonference

    Beskrivelse

    At the conference we will be commemorating the work of Prof John Douglas Griffin who was one of the founders of the Doctor of Management programme at Hertfordshire Business School, and a key contributor to the body of theories we refer to as complex responsive processes of relating.

    The conference will be held in the deliberative tradition which Doug loved. The focus of the conference involves exploring practical problems in organisations in the pragmatic school of thought. That is to say it is concerned with what people are doing when they create and recreate their work together, how they think and talk about their work, how we as participants in the conference might think about this further, and gives examples of how thinking, talking and participating differently sometimes brings about changes in patterns of working.

    There will be two keynotes on Saturday by our guests Prof Henry Larsen, Mark Renshaw, Dr Pernille Thorup, and faculty member Prof Karen Norman who will draw on their experience of trying to get things done in organizations. There will be lots of time for deliberative exploration after each keynote, and many opportunities for agreeing, disagreeing and exploring further. We will also hold a commemoration for Doug in the early evening. On Sunday we will review some of the key themes of the conference and reflect on them some more.

    The conference attracts very diverse participants, practitioners and academics, from a wide variety of countries.

    Deltager aktivt i gruppe og plenum diskussioner, men særligt i forbindelse med oplægget: 'A complexity perspective on the change of social interaction leading to a reduction of patient falls in a NHS Hospital Trust by 46%'. Oplæg og diskussion varer 4,5 timer.
    Periode10 jun. 201612 jun. 2016
    BegivenhedstypeKonference
    PlaceringHorsham, Storbritannien

    Emneord

    • teori-praksis
    • sociale netværk