Op de agenda:

    • 04-06-2020
    • 19:00 - 20:30 (UTC+02:00)

    Virtual Work Series Final Part:
    Thursday, June 4!

    Join us next week for the beginning of our exciting four part online workshop, led by Betsy Merck, Pam Posey, Doug Austrom, and Bert Painter.

    Workshop Objectives:

    • Share diagnostic tools and design options to better coordinate and lead virtual work
    • Provide an interactive forum to explore the new challenges of virtual work

    Session 1: Diagnosing the Challenges We Face in Virtual Work

    Session 2: Developing Solutions to Address the Challenges

    Session 3: Coordinating Virtual Work for Success

    Session 4: Leading Virtual Work for Success – Putting it All Together

    To learn more and register in advance for this virtual workshop, click on the link below:

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing Zoom information

    • 07-06-2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 10-06-2020
    • (UTC+02:00)

    The ISPIM conference in Berlin in June 2020 continues as a VIRTUAL EVENT easily accessible for everybody! We like to point out that we are hosting a SESSION on WORKPLACE INNOVATION (JUNE 8, 2020 – 10.45-12.15, Central European Time)

    Workplace innovation is enhancing innovation via employee engagement. This workshop intends to connect different international streams that deal with related issues. One Australian-SE Asian stream has as point of departure an individual behaviour construct to understand WPI and innovative behaviour; another EU stream sees WPI strongly connected to organisational conditions and modern sociotechnical thinking; and a third Australian-UK stream tries to connect individual and organisational approaches with the notion of work design and SMART work. A fourth Korean stream studies working conditions in manufacturing that are conducive to WPI. A fifth stream investigates the implications for WPI from the cooperation between people and intelligent machines like robots in Japan. What are commonalities and differences and how does that help innovation in general? 

    Organisers and presenters:

    • Peter Oeij / Paul Preenen (TNO – NL);
    • Adela McMurray (RMIT – AUS);
    • Sharon Parker (Curtin Univ.-AUS); 
    • Kentaro Watanabe (et al)(AIST - JAP);
    • Kyetaik Oh (et al)(Korea Labor Institute-KOR).

    For more info, see the website here.

    For pricing, see the website here.

    Introduction presentation: ISPIM_Berlin_2020_WPI_Session.pdf

    • 08-09-2021
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 11-09-2021
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • Trondheim

    UPDATE 2!

    Vanwege de Covid-19 pandemie is de Global network conferentie in Trondheim verplaatst naar september 2021. In de tussentijd zal het Ontwerpteam webinars en achtergrondinformatie verstrekken om ons allemaal voor te bereiden op een inspirerende meeting in 2021. Blijf via deze pagina op de hoogte voor meer details!

    Het thema van de bijeenkomst is: "Participation in the Age of Blurring Organizational Boundaries". Waarbij ingezoomd wordt op de rol van vakbonden, digitalisering en adaptieve organisatorische innovatie. Ook zal vanuit deze perspectieven aandacht worden besteed aan Covid-19.



    Right now, at this very moment, the Norwegian Design Team is continuing to plan an exciting program for the September 2020 Global Network Annual Meeting, while still evaluating all of our options given the recent coronavirus pandemic.

    Please continue to monitor this web page. We will make a definitive announcement about the Trondheim, Norway meeting by June 1, 2020. Take care and stay healthy as we strive together to surmount the challenges in these extraordinary times.


    Zet het alvast in je agenda! Van 8 tot en met 11 september vindt dit jaar de STS Roundtable conferentie plaats in Trondheim, Noorwegen. 

    Op de Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) zal de conferentie zich richten op het thema 'Participation in the age of blurring organizational boundaries'. Meer details volgen gauw op de site van STS Roundtable

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