Help Forge the Future of ODN

Help Forge the Future of ODN
March 7, 2020
Please join us for Oregon OD Network’s Envisioning workshop!
On March 7, we will engage with the question “How will the Oregon OD Network support its members and partners as we serve organizations grappling with future trends?”
Background: In this highly participative meeting, we will re-engage with input gathered in December and interpret what it means given the context of game-changing trends reshaping the future of work and jobs that we explored in February.
During our December Holiday Party, 32 members, partners and friends created this mind map, using table discussion insights. The groups looked back at what organizations and change professionals have encountered by 2025, to answer the question “What issues does the OODN need to face as it develops strategies for the next 5 years?”
In February we connected with futurist Steve Brown and 35 members, partners and friends to understand the trends facing organizations in the future-the context within which all of us in “Change disciplines” will need to operate. Questions engaged include:
  • How technology will create new jobs and alter the structure of work
  • How increasing diversity (cultural, generational, racial, gender, and professional) will change the dynamics within the work force and in leadership and teams
  • How disruption of current workers will challenge all sectors to develop new ways of keeping people sustainably employed as jobs shift
Your Invitation
Come help us forge our course and answer: “How will the Oregon OD Network support its members and partners as we serve organizations grappling with these trends?”
Join the OODN leadership in this final, messy, sense-making session that will drive the future shape of our network.
Date:  Saturday, March 7, 2020
Time:  Registration and networking begins at 9:30 am. Workshop begins at 10 am. Workshop ends at 2:30 pm
Location:  Neyborly Space 1225 SE Grand Ave, Portland, OR 97214. Corner of Grand and Main.
Parking:  On-street parking.
Food:  Snacks, beverages and lunch included.
Cost:  Free to all.
Register:  Through Eventbrite. Online registration available until 8 am Thursday, March 5. Registration may also be available at the door. Please register early so we can ensure adequate food! Space limited to 55 attendees.