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Forget everything you thought you knew about teambuidling and take a moment to reflect on Carlos' new ideas and insights on what makes a successful team.
In a week tomorrow we will all gather on Zoom to discuss Carlos' new book.
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European Organisation Design Forum EODF is hosting T #8 – Adaptation and Emergence – NextGen Organisation Design. Would you like to attend?
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EODF Annual Conference – vote for your favourite conference days in 2021!
The aim of this poll is to collect feedback from you on this year’s virtual conference expectations. Traditionally, we held our annual conference event in person on a Friday and Saturday. We listened to your feedback and planned for a virtual conference experience for 2021. To make sure we meet your expectations all the way, we created this poll to ask about the day preference for this event. What days of the week would you prefer this autumn’s conference to take place on? Mid-week late afternoons, or Friday late afternoon extending out to Saturday morning?
Please vote for your preference. Poll ends on 6th August.
- Thu 18 Nov 21 (15:30-20:00hrs CET) & Fri 19 Nov 21 (15:30-20:00hrs CET) 42%, 20 votes20 votes 42%20 votes - 42% of all votes
- Wed 17 Nov 21 (15:30-20:00hrs CET) & Thu 18 Nov 21 (15:30-20:00hrs CET) 27%, 13 votes13 votes 27%13 votes - 27% of all votes
- Fri 19 Nov 21 (15:30-20:00hrs CET) & Sat 20 Nov 21 (10:00-14:00hrs CET) 25%, 12 votes12 votes 25%12 votes - 25% of all votes
- None* 6%, 3 votes3 votes 6%3 votes - 6% of all votes
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