Navigating your everyday work-life where the only constant is change feels stressful and you haven’t really found the magical recipe to deal with it?
Do you feel you can benefit from:
- A safe space to express your frustration about organizational change?
- A way to get this frustration out while positive & constructive?
- New, practical strategies in order to tackle change efficiently in real life?
By tweaking a card game you will understand how to reach your goals in a work-reality where the only constant is change. Reveal your goals, work processes, collaboration models, darling-artifacts, best practices and seek to uncover how others solve the problems you have. You will take away a broad palette of problem solving tactics from this workshop and be enabled to steer change.
You will, while designing a game, examine your group’s personal experiences to reach goals while everything around you changes. Understanding IA concepts of pace layers and system dynamics will help you better understand challenges and explore different solutions.
About the speakers
Benjamin is an experienced design practitioner with deep knowledge in shaping digital products and applying agile methodologies in this context. Currently, he contributes to the clean energy transition by leading the digital product design team of the scale-up epilot.
Before, Benjamin efficiently contributed to and led many change projects by applying IA models & digital product design across different settings in large-scale tech as well as start-up environments. Most significantly, he helped change how many citizens in Germany and Switzerland find their doctors and consequently receive better care while relieving the burden on the healthcare system.
Experienced in multicultural work environments applying digital transformation focused on consulting SMEs in Brazil at the career beginning. After a Master’s degree in Information Architecture in Sweden, has been working in the private sector in Germany. Initially designing software to digitize the healthcare sector and now on energy/utilities, two industries known for being culturally conservative and organizationally resistant to change.