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제목   Building a Responsive and Future Focused Organisation 
 
 Building a Responsive and Future Focused Organisation
 (반응적이며 미래 집중적인 조직구축)
 
 At the heart of the thinking to be presented at our seminar on May 19th is notion of transforming the DNA of business - reworking what the organisation is being to become more responsive, flexible, adaptive, innovative and future focussed. There are a wide range of mechanisms and approaches to helping an entity embark on such a journey. There are also numerous case studies of how organisations have adopted and embedded such transformational think to drive a more responsive, open and future-focused mindset and culture. Many of these ideas, cases and approaches were discussed at an excellent one day Responsive Organisation unconference held in London on May 10th.
 
 The event was organised by 'The Responsive Organisation' - which presents itself as "a community of people and organizations who are leading the shift in how companies adapt, learn, and respond to a constantly evolving world." Discussion of the event can be found on Twitter using the hashtag #responsiveorg. The event adopted the 'Open Space' format where participants could volunteer the topics they wanted to lead in a series of interactive sessions at pre-defined times over the course of the day. Attendees were free to join and leave sessions as they desired throughout the course of the day.
 
 The manifesto on the Responsive Organisation's website captures succinctly some of the critical challenges we will be exploring on May 19th, in particular, six key shifts that are taking place now and which could accelerate over the next decade:
 
 Underpinning these shifts are some critical ideas about what changes are required in design, culture and behaviour to enable the development of a truly responsive and forward looking organisation:
 
 Underpinning these shifts are some critical ideas about what changes are required in design, culture and behaviour to enable the development of a truly responsive and forward looking organisation:
 
 Clearly, such shifts will require a major evolution in leadership thinking and approach, organisational mindset and the training and development of staff and management to operate in fundamentally different ways to those which have guaranteed past success. However, without such changes, it is hard to see how many organisations can survive and thrive in a rapidly changing reality.
 
 4. Enabling Massive Small Change
 
 While some organisations are willing to embark on large scale transformation as a single concerted initiative, others prefer to do it through a wide ranging programme of small and continuous change. At the ResponsiveOrg event Rohit attended a particularly interesting session on this topic - run by Andrew Lamb - former CEO of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) UK andrew.
 
 In the session Andrew facilitated a discussion about how to take the experience and learning gained from driving massive small change around the world through EWB and leverage it across other public and private sector entities. Below are ten principles articulated by Andrew which we have broadened out to make them more widely applicable. We are interested in your views on critical enablers of massive small change:
 
 1. Philosophy - Do everything in partnership
 2. Reach - Do things that can scale up massively
 3. Approach - We don't implement technology - we deliver solutions
 4. Resourcing - Match people to projects - not projects to people
 5. Engagement - We believe in the spirit of enrolment /volunteering
 6. Roadblocks - Focus energy on creating convergence of interest not celebrating
  conflict of interest
 7. Power - Empower everyone
 8. Communications - Openness is how we grow
 9. Impact - Focus on our influence not our authority
 10. Mindset - Consider everything in context - avoid universal assumptions.
  ( 미래학자, 로히트 탈와, 박세훈)
      
이전글 :  [박세훈의 미래예측] 글로벌시대 정착과 대학의 소멸 시작!  
다음글 :  Jobs and Changing Workplaces(직업과 변화하는 직장)