INOC MASHUP MEETING MUNICH 2019
The Future of Organizational Development & Coaching: Conversations that Matter
Re-Combine • Transform • Re-Mix • Co-Create
Join us for the 2019 INOC MUNICH MASHUP MEETING to engage in inspiring dialogue and co-creation on the cutting-edge topic of the future of OD and Coaching. Nothing is original, says Kirby Ferguson, creator of Everything is a Remix. From Bob Dylan to Steve Jobs, he claims our most celebrated creators borrow, steal and transform.
At INOC we believe in interaction, sharing ideas, wisdom and experience. Let ‘s co-create “mashups” by deconstructing, reframing and redirecting existing patterns. In the spirit of “what else is possible”, we invite you to explore Organizational Thinking in terms of transformative approaches.
The INOC MASHUP MEETING MUNICH 2019 will include
- Using different “lenses” to illuminate OD and the coaching profession
- Stepping out of our OD & Coaching bubble
- Existing models vs. new thinking
- Exploring polarities
- Getting to the roots of OD and disrupting (mash-up?)
- Re-combining and integrating other disciplines, domains and sectors into OD & Coaching
- Co-creating new forms of interaction and dialogue
When & Where
- 15th-16th November 2019
- premises system worx Institute
- Munich Unterföhring between main station and airport
(Kanalstraße 7, 85774 Unterföhring)
system worx is a systemic OD Consultancy and Coworking Space that is dedicated to collegial co-creation, exploration and learning.
For this who want to stay nearby we reserved a contingent of rooms in two hotels till 30th September. Please contact us for the code.
Have we caught your interest? Register now!
If so, and you are an appreciative disruptor, sign up now for the INOC MASHUP MEETING MUNICH 2019!
You can register here.
- Early Bird Fee 250,- € excl. VAT (till 30th June 2019)
- Regular Fee 320,- € excl. VAT
The fee includes snacks and drinks during the two days as well as dinner and drinks on the first evening.
INOC, International Network für Organizational Network und Coaching, is a group of committed coaches, organizational developers and appreciative disruptors. The network was set up in 2014 with the goal of creating a self-organized, nonprofit Think Tank, where colleagues learn from each other by sharing insights and co-creating approaches and methods for international OD and Coaching. INOC is currently focused on expanding the INOC Think Tank and growing its community in order to co-create the future of organizations across disciplines, generations and cultures. With this aim in mind, we invite interested persons from the field to become part of our dynamic, international movement. We partner with ODN Europe in London, the European Chapter of the global OD Network, the largest international association of organizational development practitioners in the world.
Based on insights gleaned from the INOC MASHUP MEETING 2019, we will organize the first large International Congress on OD & Coaching in 2020. [Learn more]
Until then, we will continue to co-create the future of OD & Coaching in our INOC + ODNE Connect Group Meetings through ongoing dialogue, exploring perspectives and co-creating. [Learn more]
Nothing is original, says Kirby Ferguson, creator of “Everything is a Remix”. From Bob Dylan to Steve Jobs, he says our most celebrated creators borrow, steal and transform. The history of mashup culture in general dates back to the beginnings of dada and conceptual art in Europe. Artists such as Marcel Duchamp were the first to introduce the idea to the world of higher art by taking already existing objects, rearranging and combining them in collages. These artists believed that even though certain artifacts were ascribed a certain meaning, this meaning could be altered through rearranging them and putting them into a new context. It can even be considered as statement against laws and restrictions imposed by the government as well. "Reframing of the original narrative" is regarded as a way to create a new and unique product which leads to a "fresh perspective" of the original. In music the mashup movement gained momentum again in 2001 as a new creative and “transformative" work of original content. We would like to bring this transformative work into “Organization Thinking”.