Reinventing Work: Developing a "Next Stage" Organisation 16/11/2018 DBEC

Reinventing Work: Developing a "Next Stage" Organisation 16/11/2018 DBEC

This one-day workshop will explore the growing global phenomenon of ‘next stage’ organisations as identified by Frederic Laloux in his book “Reinventing Organisations” in which he considers the new management paradigm which successful businesses have adopted around the world. These organisations are more productive, have less staff turnover, better customer satisfaction and can deliver 40% cost savings.

 This workshop is designed to introduce the participants to Laloux’s research, and will provide useful insights especially for organisations with a tendency to:

·         Drain life and energy out of the workplace

·         Be bureaucratic or lacking purpose

·         Leave staff feeling frustrated or disempowered

The day will be provocative and will open up a debate for leaders and staff to consider how their businesses can be more resilient, more effective and happier environments. The content will be similar to that used at Exeter and Leeds business schools.


1000                 Introductions

10.30 – 1130     The Organisation as a Machine

11.30 – 1245     The “Next Stage” Organisation

12.45 – 13.45    Lunch

13.45 – 14.30    Striving for wholeness

14.30 – 15.15    Self-management

15.15 – 15.45    Evolutionary Purpose    

15.45 – 16.00    Action planning

This workshop is led by South West Growth Service Associate, Nick Parker. His aim is to make the South West a crucible for the “next stage” or Teal way of organisational being. He is an experienced change agent used to managing complexity and is actively engaged in supporting businesses to transition to next stage organisations.

Places can be booked via

£200 + VAT 

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