European organisation design forum.
A vibrant community for curious people, practitioners, educators and organisation leaders, who are passionate about thriving organisations.
Organisation Design is a systematic and holistic approach to aligning and fitting together all parts of an organisation to achieve its defined strategic intent.
It’s cocreating with 2,500 people, using digital to reach new customers, sparking organic growth, and more…
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Looking to stand out in the external consulting marketplace? We can help you. 🙂
Join our #masterclasses and learn in a hands-on environment, with real case studies, from a faculty who are experts in the field.
Join us now! ONLY 5 places remaining: https://t.co/xI66JFBwll https://t.co/ptCndgG4Oq
📅Have you made a note in your calendar? ✍
1st April is when you are invited to join us for our 5th Virtual Conference Touchpoint between 16:00 and 18:00 CET.
Don’t miss it!
EODF members can join at a discounted price. 👇👇
Buy your tickets here: https://t.co/H9M429F0vh https://t.co/PcEdSvn6Wq
Are you keen to learn more about #organisationdesign but not sure where to start? Come and have a FREE 30 mins chat with our experienced Faculty and ask any questions you may have. We’re a curious bunch.🤔☺️
See you in 5 hours!⌛
Register here: https://t.co/phqqBtUaY6 https://t.co/9nakYslcLC
Join our Faculty on a friendly Zoom chat tomorrow 16:30 CET and and find out how you can boost your career by becoming a certified Organisation Design Practitioner.
Secure your place for the Faculty chat: https://t.co/phqqBtUaY6
EODF Annual conference – Vote for your favourite conference format in 2021!
The aim of this poll is to collect feedback from you on your event expectations and intentions. Traditionally, we held our annual conference event in person with the exception of 2020. For the 2021 conference this autumn, are you more likely to attend* the conference: on site in a city where you have to travel to (Denmark, France or Germany) or are you more likely to attend it online? Please vote for your preference. Poll ends on 24th May.
* note: this is assuming that travelling across countries in Europe is not restricted due to the pandemic