– 12 Jun, 2020
How Covid-19 Drives Innovation & Accelerates Organisational Change
What We’ll Discuss
With COVID-19 uncertainty still firmly stalling the global economy, it could be tempting to hunker down and await the return of business as usual. But as anyone who has observed the crisis-led explosion of digital working will have realised – things are simply not going back to how they were.
So, what do you do instead?
You begin by understanding how your people have changed the way they work and connect.
In so many ways, the COVID-19 crisis represents a grand natural experiment for the digital workplace. Daily routines and familiar business processes have been upended; replaced with radical and often improvised new ways of working. But these networks-of-necessity, with their emerging cultures and vast data flows, contain invaluable insights that can teach us much about how organisations really work, within the context of a crisis and beyond.
Crisis Optimisation is a new methodology for extracting these actionable insights and turning them into an engine for innovation and ongoing organisational change, combining data analysis, organisational design and change management in a four-stage process:
• Discover: Compare organisational data generated prior to, and throughout, the crisis
• Design: Use the insights generated by this data to design robust employee personas
• Develop: Reimagine the organisation, reconstituted around the needs and potential of the people described by the personas, with new KPIs, governance structures and ways of working.
• Deploy: Cascade this change throughout the organisation, with training, coaching and comms.
Join this Chaucer Live Session where we will explore how Crisis Optimisation can work for you, discussing the potential in new forms of organisational data, what it takes to deliver change across a fragmented network and how the crisis is going to transform the way enterprises are designed and structured.
Who Should Attend
This event is for Senior Level Leaders & C-suite executives from organisations, this event is not open to suppliers on this occasion.