DNA of the organisation, how can it contribute to the realisation of our societal purpose

Last year the Ministry of Justice and Security investigated the unwritten rules in their own organisation. The results are known and made available to the public. This has now received the necessary political attention.
The program Manager of ‘J&S changes’ and the head of Policy and Innovation wonder in this workshop: How do we let the DNA of the organisation work for us? How can it contribute to the realisation of our societal purpose? The unwritten rules sometimes prevent things from moving. How can we best deal with it? How do we ensure the DNA works for us?
In the workshop the Ministry shares outcomes regarding the investigation and the issues that it produces. We bring together academic views, practical experience and the intelligence of the group together with the program Manager ‘J&S changes’ and the head of Policy and Innovation to help them move forward.
What view do you have? You are invited to contribute!

About the speakers:
Karin Bibo, Consultant People & Organization + (team)coach, Ministry of Justice & Security
Marjolijn Grijns, MT member People & Organization + (team)coach, Ministry of Justice & Security

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Registration
Only a few days to go, make sure to register in time to save you a seat! The registration fee is € 295,- excl. VAT. Registration fee includes: conference, catering and documentation. Register here.

Partners
The conference is organized by Centre for Innovation and CKC Seminars, in collaboration with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Uitvoeringsorganisatie Bedrijfsvoering Rijk (UBR).

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