RSA Reinventing Work South West Network: Evolutionary Purpose (Bristol)

Fellowship Event

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Engine Shed, Bristol

The work of Frederic Laloux in his book Reinventing Organisations has offered us a tantalising glimpse of a new, radically different model for very successful organisations. Exploring all sectors around the globe, Laloux identified three common themes that can help reinvent organisations in a fundamental way, namely, wholeness, self management, and evolutionary purpose.

In this workshop RSA Fellow Nick Parker and Lee Norburn from nowlab will explore the meaning of evolutionary purpose in the workplace and consider practical examples of how organisations might respond to challenges as they find their way.

If you are curious about reinventing your business or organisation for the 21st century, want to network with other forward thinking professionals, and identify some simple changes you can explore today, please join us at this workshop. If you have any questions, please email Nick Parker FRSA at [email protected].

The event is free to attend but booking is required as numbers are limited.

To let us know of any access requirements or reasonable adjustments you have, please email the RSA team: [email protected]. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

Location: Engine Shed, Station Approach, Bristol, BS1 6QH

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