The Antifragile Organisation – Digital Transformation as a Systematic Challenge
1. incorporate continuous change in its DNA by creating an environment that allows for dynamic and adaptive work and decision-making
2. eliminate design flaws of today’s typical systems which threaten the company in the long-run
3. unleash the creative and innovative potential that lies dormant in the organization
That’s not an easy task of course, for antifragile organization is nothing short of a paradigm shift in management and organizational thinking & theory. Thus, a profound understanding of the underlying problem is essential. After illustrating the need for action, it gets practical. Euler introduces you to easy-to-apply methods that work well for companies which already dabble with the idea of an antifragile organization.
Speaker on this track
CEO, Eck Consulting
I work, think, write and speak on digital business, technology and decentralized systems. My professional role is CEO of Eck Consulting. With that hat on, I’m working on building a new kind of consulting business. For instance, we are a hierarchy-free, self-managed workplace.
As a consultant I help our clients, usually rather large companies, to deal with digital transformation. My approach in doing so is based not only on profound digital business and marketing know-how, but also largely on a systemic view of organizations as ever-evolving ecosystems.
Consultant, Eck Consulting
Humancentric and participatory approaches in leadership, technology and business are my passion. Therefore you find me consulting, writing, facilitating and speaking around these topics.
Having a background as M.A. in Management & Entrepreneuship, at Eck Consulting I support companies alongside their digital transformation journey. As a co-founder of the online magazine Digital Hills, I write about the impact of digitization to organizations, concepts and new perspectives.
With OuiShare, a global think and be-tank for a collaborative society, I foster social models based on collaboration, openness, and decentralization. That includes among others the facilitation of wokshops and events in Munich, like most rerecently about collaborative urban design.