Freedom at Work: Building a Freedom Centered Workplace (international presenter)已结束
时间： 02月21日 19:00 - 21:00
地点： 上海 马当路190号（新西兰会馆）3楼
发起者： Andy Wang
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Please note: This session is strictly limited to 70 people. As we have a high profile international presenter (featured in Wall Street Journal and New York Times among others) coming along I highly recommend getting in quickly.
Business as usual, characterized by an omnipotent CEO, layers of management, and closed-door deal-making is officially becoming a recipe for failure in the new world of work. At a time when the Internet has made everybody a somebody, where speed is king, and where Generations X & Y are increasingly taking the leadership helm, businesses all over the world must radically rethink the way they are designed and operated.
In this new world, the most successful companies are practicing organizational democracy as a key to their competitive advantage – a disciplined yet freedom-centered strategy for fully engaging employees, tapping their potential, sparking innovation, and building trust.
Sharing best practices and stories from the companies featured on the groundbreaking WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces™, such as Zappos, Harvard University, Meetup.com and Boost New Media(Boost Agile's sister company) and drawing from almost two decades of research into successful democratic companies around the world, Traci Fenton, Founder and CEO of WorldBlu will shares secrets to building a world-class freedom-centered (rather than fear-based) workplace.
Along the way she will challenge audiences to rethink their assumptions about what organizational democracy actually is and explain with spirit and insight why having more freedom at work is the best way to attract top talent, boost the bottom-line, and reinvent your workplace for business in a Democratic Age.
About the presenter:
Traci Fenton is the Founder + Chief Freedom Evangelist of WorldBlu, whose mission is championing the growth of democratically-run companies worldwide. WorldBlu publishes the annual WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces™, a list of the most transparent, collaborative and decentralized companies in the world, ranging from small to FORTUNE 500-sized organizations. As a leading expert in organizational democracy, she is recognized as one of the business thought-leaders of her generation as well as of the next generation of business.
Traci has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Christian Science Monitor, The New York Times, Fast Company, BusinessWeek, Forbes, Inc. Magazine, the BBC and other media worldwide.