With growing health concerns around the COVID-19 outbreak and public health advisory, Social distancing, event cancellations, and employee plans to work remotely is recommended. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/index.html
Several conferences and events stand cancelled. Around the world many offices are shifting to work from home or remote locations, may we collect resources and experiences on organising online meeting and keeping ourselves motivated.
A well known knowledge Management specialist, Nancy White, has collated some resources here. Excellent initiative by her! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NyrEU7n6IUl5rgGiflx_dK8CrdoB2bw...
I invite you to share experiences related:
How to work from home without losing one's productivity and life work balance? F
Thanks Michaela for this useful tip
Taking into account participants' care responsibilities is of paramount importance when you organise on-line workshops in times of lock-down. I have just written a short piece on my own blog: https://www.developblog.org/2020/03/factoring-in-care-in-lock-down....
Full-day virtual workshops exclude people with people who combine home office work with child care. Chop the workshop into smaller pieces, and they are more inclusive.
A list of resources with tips and insights for doing dialogic organization development online.
No idea how long social distancing will last, but pretty sure those who consult for a living are going to have to learn how to do more of it remotely, even after this crises passes
I have curated a list of resources with tips and insights for doing dialogic organization development online.
You can download it for free at https://b-m-institute.com/free-downloads-for-account-holders/
Stay safe everyone
Gervase R. Bushe
Professor of Leadership and Organization Development
Beedie School of Business
Simon Fraser University
(Shared on Taos Community)
Webinar recording and slides- “Conducting Qualitative Fieldwork during COVID 19”. by QSR
Recording at https://youtu.be/iSU3N3EB1O8