Upcoming Events

Advanced Methods for Improving Relational Coordination: A Toolkit for Leaders and Facilitators

June 4-5, 2019

Kaiser Permanente Building, Portland, Oregon

Led by Diane Rawlins (InsideOut Consulting, LLC) and Anthony Suchman (Relationship Centered Healthcare)

This 1.5-day hands-on workshop offers practical methods for building the relationships, shared vision, system view and communication practices that are essential for successful collaboration at any level of scale: from individuals on a team to organizational consortia. Join us to learn how to improve performance by harnessing the power of Relational Coordination.

2019 POS Research Conference

Hosted by Center for Positive Organizations, University of Michigan

June 5-6, 2019

Ann Arbor, Michigan

This conference is designed to share and advance empirical and theoretical research in the field of Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS). This biennial gathering of scholars promotes research that inspires and enables leaders to build high-performing organizations that bring out the best in people. The 2019 POS Research Conference will take place on June 5-6, 2019, in Ann Arbor, Mich., and is presented by the Center for Positive Organizations at the University of Michigan's Stephen M. Ross School of Business. 

  • REGISTRATION COST: $250 ($150 FOR DOCTORAL STUDENTS)
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RC at AOM

There are a variety of RC related sessions taking place at the Academy of Management in Boston this year! The RCRC is also planning a reception and will be sharing more information soon.

Jody Hoffer Gittell Keynote at HEROFORUM19: Thriving Organizations

2019 RCRC Roundtable

Designing the Future - The Science of Intentional Change

October 11-12, 2019

Catalyst HTI

Denver, Colorado

Change is happening all the time. But we are often overwhelmed by its unintended consequences. Can we get better at creating positive change intentionally, as individuals, organizations, communities, institutions, and countries, through mindful attention to the consequences of our actions? How can we embrace unintended consequences that add value, and better anticipate those that destroy value? To do so is likely to require approaches - such as human-centered design, systems thinking, collective action, and relational coordination - that are inclusive and mindful of interdependence.

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