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TRANSFORMATION DESIGN

TRANSFORMATION DESIGN is a new approch to organizational change management. It is based on Design Thinking, Collaboration and Gamification.


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#mgmt503 students -- this approach could definitely help you in thinking about your team projects!

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3 Things Women Should Never Say When Negotiating Their Salary

3 Things Women Should Never Say When Negotiating Their Salary | Negotiation and organizational change | Scoop.it
"Never say I'm sorry!" Here are 3 helpful #salary negotiation tips for women: http://t.co/RZIuTX7vrf
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Do you agreee with this advice for women about salary #negotiation? #mgmt544

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Re-thinking Progress: The Circular Economy

There's a world of opportunity to re-think and re-design the way we make stuff. 'Re-Thinking Progress' explores how through a change in perspective we can re-design the way our economy works - designing products that can be 'made to be made again' and powering the system with renewable energy.


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This would be a great YouTube clip to show in the first week of my #MGMT503 course, when I focus on measuring organizational effectiveness and spark students' thinking about how organizations can actually manage their environments.

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Karl Wabst's curator insight, April 1, 2013 6:09 PM

The idea of a circular economy is about changing how people perceive the lifecycle of the products we create; Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility.

 

What if we extended that concept to how we manage data? Instead of collecting data and holding on to it for eternity, just in case we need it later, we could actively cultivate ways to make data output by one process into responsible and profitable inputs for other processes.

 

We could encourage employees to learn about our business and understand how processes fit together, or find similar processes being performed in other departments, divisions or subsidiaries. Would the side effects produce and increase the number of connections? How about the effectiveness of collaboration?

 

What if we used internal social media to collaborate on ways to improve corporate data ecosystems? We could come up with a stylish name like Social Data Transformation.

 

How would you do this? Who would you have to sell on the idea? Would something like this change the culture of your organization?

Sandy Piderit's curator insight, April 2, 2013 1:54 AM

can I edit this later?

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Re-thinking Progress: The Circular Economy

There's a world of opportunity to re-think and re-design the way we make stuff. 'Re-Thinking Progress' explores how through a change in perspective we can re-design the way our economy works - designing products that can be 'made to be made again' and powering the system with renewable energy.


Via Karl Wabst
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can I edit this later?

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Karl Wabst's curator insight, April 1, 2013 6:09 PM

The idea of a circular economy is about changing how people perceive the lifecycle of the products we create; Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility.

 

What if we extended that concept to how we manage data? Instead of collecting data and holding on to it for eternity, just in case we need it later, we could actively cultivate ways to make data output by one process into responsible and profitable inputs for other processes.

 

We could encourage employees to learn about our business and understand how processes fit together, or find similar processes being performed in other departments, divisions or subsidiaries. Would the side effects produce and increase the number of connections? How about the effectiveness of collaboration?

 

What if we used internal social media to collaborate on ways to improve corporate data ecosystems? We could come up with a stylish name like Social Data Transformation.

 

How would you do this? Who would you have to sell on the idea? Would something like this change the culture of your organization?

Sandy Piderit's curator insight, August 17, 2013 1:02 PM

This would be a great YouTube clip to show in the first week of my #MGMT503 course, when I focus on measuring organizational effectiveness and spark students' thinking about how organizations can actually manage their environments.

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5 Startup Founders Reveal Their Best Company Culture Tips - Mashable

5 Startup Founders Reveal Their Best Company Culture Tips - Mashable | Negotiation and organizational change | Scoop.it
5 Startup Founders Reveal Their Best Company Culture Tips
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The first value the team agreed upon was "not pink," and as a social website for parents, this was a design principle as much as an organizational principle.
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#mgmt503 students, what do you think about these tips regarding organizational culture?

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The Light And Dark of Social Entrepreneurship - CSRwire.com (press release) (blog)

The Light And Dark of Social Entrepreneurship - CSRwire.com (press release) (blog) | Negotiation and organizational change | Scoop.it
The Light And Dark of Social Entrepreneurship
CSRwire.com (press release) (blog)
I was a social entrepreneur long before I ever heard the term.
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Interesting story about an urban garden and how it reinvigorated a community... along with some observations about how #socent (social entrepreneurship) may not be always as virtuous as it seems.

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Negotiation

This video, produced in collaboration with the World Bank Institute, uses animation as an innovative learning medium designed to present in an engaging forma...
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