New Organization Models, Analysis and Design
– Institute for New Organizational Thinking –
Paul Bessems, 23-04-2013
With new organization models/concepts as blockchain organizing professionals, organizations and partnerships can improve their purpose of work, productivity, privacy and power balance between individuals and institutions.
In the context of the twenty-first century we need new organization models to organize the work of service-, information- and knowledge workers in order to improve their productivity and their contribution to a more sustainable prosperity. Two examples of a new organization forms are hybrid organizing and blockchain organizing. Hybrid organizing is a cross between make (do it yourself via the institute), and buy (contracting out via the market), or between private and public. Blockchain organizing is a way of doing business, without trusting each other, you trust the protocol. Both concepts take the smallest building blocks (people and tools) and the connection/transaction between them (chain) as starting point and unity of analyzing and design. Both concepts are scalable and flexible at the same time and it will improve the productivity of information workers. The surplus time can be used to organize a more sustainable prosperity.
Within the Nomad program, it is possible to start a more theoretical research project for further understanding and development of new organization models and design with the blockchain or hybrid organizing concept. Your organization, or a group of organizations, can also define a more practical and custom made development project as part of the Nomad program.
These projects together are called: Nomad Program. This program is initiated and supervised by the Institute of New Organizational Thinking (IFNOT), part of the Weconomics Foundation.
The main goal of the Nomad program is to set up projects in order to improve purpose and productivity of our work (especially in information intensive organizations), and restore privacy and power for individuals. The main goal of this paper is to inform project leaders and professionals, organizations and partnerships about this program in order to explore their possible contributions to the program in general and their development or contribution to a specific project in particular.
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