Overcoming Organizational Stupidity: Understanding the Requirements of Organizational Intelligence
BCS SPIN Specialist Group
BCS London Office, February 15th 2011
Free of charge to all but places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served bases. To book online go to www.bcs.org/events/registration.
AbstractOrganizational intelligence is a critical measure of the management capacity of an organization in a demanding competitive environment. Organizational intelligence can be blocked in various ways, including fragmented sociotechnical systems and dysfunctional management. Along with removing these blocks, the intelligence of an organization may be helped by appropriate technologies used in appropriate ways to tackle the inherent complexity of modern business in a dynamic environment. Relevant technologies include business intelligence, event processing, knowledge management, process improvement and social networking.
In his talk, Richard will present his framework for improving the intelligence of your organization and understanding the requirements for sociotechnical change.