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Esko Kilpi, together with Professor Ralph Stacey and Professor Doug Griffin, run again the course "Future of Management" during spring 2009.
More information: www.cec.jyu.fi/avance/koulutusohjelmat/fom
13.11.2006 Esko Kilpi speaks at the Society for Organizational Learning Helsinki Conference together with Marcial Losada
Professor Ralph Stacey, Professor Doug Griffin and Esko Kilpi Helsinki University of Technology, June 06.-07.2006.
Esko Kilpi was a contributor to the new book The Way Forward, EffeElle Editori, Ferrara 2006.
Esko Kilpi pitää asiantuntijapuheenvuoron HR Summit- tapahtumassa Finlandia talossa 31.1.2006.”
Esko Kilpi on laatinut sisällön ja toimii kouluttajana Jyväskylän Yliopiston MBA-ohjelman jaksossa muutosjohtaminen.www.cec.jyu.fi/avance
Esko Kilpi toimii puheenjohtajana Fons Trompenaarsin Suomen vierailun päätapahtumassa 15.12.2005
Complexity and Management
Professor John Douglas Griffin and Esko Kilpi
Professor Doug Griffin is an associate director and founding fellow of the Complexity and Management Centre at the University of Hertfordshire.
Professor Griffin and professor Ralph Stacey, have attracted international attention for their development of the theory of complex responsive processes. The new perspective draws on analogies from the complexity sciences, bringing in the characteristics of human action, understood to emerge in social processes of interaction.
Professor Griffin wants to give expression to a particular way of speaking about complexity in organisations, one that emphasises the self-referential, reflexive nature of humans and the radical unpredictability of evolution.
The dominant voice in organisation and management theory speaks in the language of intention, regularity and control. In this language, managers stand outside the organisational system, which is thought of as an objective, pre-given reality that can be modelled, designed, and controlled. Managers search for causal links that promise results and tools for predicting behaviour. The dominant voice talks also about the individual as autonomous, self contained, masterful and at the centre of an organisation.
In striving for organizational innovation and creativity, Professor Griffin positions his research differently. His thinking weaves together relationship psychologies and the work of complexity theorists who focus on the emergent aspects of complex systems.
The result is a participative approach to understanding the complexities of organisational life, self-organising processes and their creative potential.
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Esko Kilpi pitää keynote puheenvuoron asiantuntijaosaamisen johtaminen-seminaarissa 7.12.2005.
Esko Kilpi on yksi puheenjohtajista ja asiantuntijapuheenvuoron pitäjistä E-learning and corporate competence konferenssissa 11.-12. lokakuuta 2005.
Esko Kilpi was invited to be a presenter and panellist at the IASP World Conference on Science and Technology Parks in Beijing 19.9.2005.
Professor Ralph Stacey, Professor Marcial Losada and Esko Kilpi
Esko Kilpi was invited to make a key note presentation in the World
Education Conference in Dubai 8.3.2005.