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What is Responsive


The First Annual Responsive Conference

The Future of Work
September 19-20, 2016
The Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA

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What is Responsive


The First Annual Responsive Conference

The Future of Work
September 19-20, 2016
The Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA

Join the conversation

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Agenda


The Agenda

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Agenda


The Agenda

 

The First Annual Responsive.org Conference aims to develop a shared language and independent global community which promotes a fundamental shift in our way of working and organizing.
 

As the pace of change accelerates, the challenges we face are becoming less and less predictable. What's more, practices that used to be successful are becoming counter-productive in these less predictable environments.
 

We need a new way.

Responsive Organizations are built and designed to thrive in less predictable environments. They learn and respond through the open flow of information. They encourage experimentation, and learn on rapid cycles. They organize as a network of employees, customers, and partners motivated by a shared purpose. They understand that the way we work is changing.

Join us for two days of discussion and practical action in the Berkeley Hills, CA.

 
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Speakers


The Presenters

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Speakers


The Presenters

Joel Gascoigne
CEO, Buffer

 
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Rachel Mendelowitz and Chris Fussell
The McCrystal Group

 

Jennifer Lee Dennard
Organizational Design, Medium

 

Aaron Dignan
Founder, The Ready
Co-founder, Responsive.org

 
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Tickets


Help us design the future of work.

Join us for two days of discussion and practical action in the beautiful Berkeley Hills. 

get your tickets today

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Tickets


Help us design the future of work.

Join us for two days of discussion and practical action in the beautiful Berkeley Hills. 

get your tickets today