Re-inventing Organizational Conflict: An Interview with Graham Boyd


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Graham Boyd, Speaker at The HR Congress 2018The HR Congress recently recorded a short interview with Graham Boyd, Founder of evolutesix. Graham is an experienced consultant who has worked with many international companies and locations to help organizations become deliberately developmental, teal, agile and self-managed. With a practical grounding in the latest organizational approaches, Graham’s expertise and experiences are an invaluable resource for all business professionals, and people interested in the reconfiguration of work.

Talking with Graham about the general topic of Re-inventing Organizations, it becomes immediately clear that this is a topic close to his heart. With the promise that new management methodologies such as Teal, Holacracy, Agile, and others hold for the future of work, keeping up to speed on emerging paradigms clearly is a matter of business urgency. As HR looks to the future, engaging with new ideas, and being open to new avenues of organizational design are set to become a core part of HR’s business competencies.

Listen to the interview here: [29 minutes]

 

Graham will present a track session entitled Re-inventing Organizations = Re-inventing Conflict? at The HR Congress in Brussels this November 27-28. Make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to join him there, especially if you are interested in learning more about Teal Organizations, healthy organizational conflict, and emergent management paradigms.


The 3rd HR Congress Brussels, November 27-28 will feature a selection of sessions that will explore this topic and much more! Follow the HR Congress Blog for more interesting ideas and content from around the world of work!

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  1. Cliff Southcombe

    Although I had 101 things to do I invested 30 mins this morning to listen to Graham – something I always enjoy and leaves me thinking for ages afterwards. Recognise myself as the insecure leader ( Secondary Modern education/ no degree/ immigrant ) and someone who tries to use that insecurity positively. Thanks Graham looking forward to our meeting in Brussels next week

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